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Ecology and evaluation of the role of spiders as natural enemy on forest insects



Ecology and evaluation of the role of spiders as natural enemy on forest insects



Annual Report of the Hokkaido Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute 1996; 1995: 47-50



Investigations in natural broadleaved forests and plantations in northern Japan indicated that spiders feed on a variety of forest insect pests, particularly aphids.

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