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How much do insects eat?



How much do insects eat?



What' s New in Forest Research (66): 4



The biomass and annual production of foliage were measured on five 50-yr-old Douglas firs of various stem diam.: total foliage biomass was closely correlated with stem diam. at the lowest foliated branch. Foliage losses (caused mainly by tortricid and geometrid caterpillars) were estimated at 10-30% of annual foliage production in Kaingaroa forest, New Zealand.

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