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Herbivory and the cycling of nitrogen and phosphorus in isolated California oak treesAuthor(s): David Y. Hollinger
Source: Oecologia. 70: 291-297.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionNitrogen and phosphorus flow in litterfall and throughfall were studied in two California Quercus species (the evergreen Q.agrifolia and deciduous Q. lobata) before, during, and after an outbreak of the California oak moth, Phryganidia californica. All of the foliage of both oak species was removed by the herbivore during the course of the outbreak.
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CitationHollinger, David Y. 1986. Herbivory and the cycling of nitrogen and phosphorus in isolated California oak trees. Oecologia. 70: 291-297.
Keywordsherbivory, nutrient cycling, Quercus, evergreen, deciduous
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