Dall’Oglio et al.: Proximity to Rainforest Affects Lepidopterans in Eucalyptus 887 ATLANTIC RAINFOREST REMNANT HARBORS GREATER BIOTIC DIVERSITY BUT REDUCED LEPIDOPTERAN POPULATIONS COMPARED TO A EUCALYPTUS PLANTATION

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Study of the dynamics and distribution of lepidopteran defoliators is important because some of them are major pests of eucalyptus. More than 3,000,000 ha of eucalyptus are now planted in Brazil even though the genus is not native there. The goal of this study was to document the frequency and constancy indexes of lepidopteran pests of Eucalyptus grandis… (More)

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@inproceedings{DallOglio2013DallOglioEA, title={Dall’Oglio et al.: Proximity to Rainforest Affects Lepidopterans in Eucalyptus 887 ATLANTIC RAINFOREST REMNANT HARBORS GREATER BIOTIC DIVERSITY BUT REDUCED LEPIDOPTERAN POPULATIONS COMPARED TO A EUCALYPTUS PLANTATION}, author={Onice Teresinha Dall’Oglio and Teresinha Vinha Zanuncio and Wagner de Souza Tavares and Jos{\'e} Eduardo Serr{\~a}o and Carlos Frederico Wilcken and Jose Cola Zanuncio}, year={2013} }