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Feeding preference of subterranean termites for forest species associated or not a wood-decaying fungi

Feeding preference of subterranean termites for forest species associated or not a wood-decaying fungi

Floresta e Ambiente 10(2): 58-63

This study was performed with the aim of determining the "natural" wood preferences of subterranean termites (Isoptera) in a field feeding experiment, giving a choice between a control (Pinus sp.) and test woods: three species of Eucalyptus.

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