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Contribution to the knowledge of the insect fauna of the crown of Scots pine trees



Contribution to the knowledge of the insect fauna of the crown of Scots pine trees



Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 56(3): 667-676



The insects living in the crowns of 50-year-old Scots pine trees (Pinus sylvestris) were sampled by shaking into a catching receptacle in a forest in northern Poland during 2 sampling periods in 1978 (May-June and August-October). The 97 samples taken contained 5521 arthropods belonging to 92 taxa, which are listed.

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