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Components of Antagonism and Mutualism in Ips pini Fungal Interactions: Relationship to a Life History of Colonizing Highly Stressed and Dead Trees



Components of Antagonism and Mutualism in Ips pini Fungal Interactions: Relationship to a Life History of Colonizing Highly Stressed and Dead Trees



Environmental Entomology 33(1): 28-34




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DOI: 10.1603/0046-225x-33.1.28


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