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Species abundance and body size relationships in insect herbivores associated with New Guinea forest trees, with particular reference to insect host-specificity



Species abundance and body size relationships in insect herbivores associated with New Guinea forest trees, with particular reference to insect host-specificity



Stork, N E, Adis, J, Didham, R K Canopy arthropods: 237-264




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