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Trophic ecology of mesostigmatan and oribatid mites in harvested and control coniferous and deciduous stands of the boreal mixedwood forest determined using 15N stable isotopes



Trophic ecology of mesostigmatan and oribatid mites in harvested and control coniferous and deciduous stands of the boreal mixedwood forest determined using 15N stable isotopes



Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67: 147-154




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DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.08.019


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