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Evaluation and control of the effects of insects and disease on natural regeneration in broadleaved woodland of cool temperate and boreal forests



Evaluation and control of the effects of insects and disease on natural regeneration in broadleaved woodland of cool temperate and boreal forests



Annual Report of the Hokkaido Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute 1996; 1995: 45-46



The effects of herbivorous insects on regeneration and spatial patterns within natural broadleaved forests (in northern Japan) were evaluated. Larvae of chrysomelid beetles, Pyrrhalta fuscipennis, feed on and kill seedlings of Acer mono located beneath mature A. mono trees more frequently than those beneath other mature tree species. Larvae of P. fuscipennis and those of geometrid Lepidoptera were also found on A. mono seedlings in planters.

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