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Spruce budworm weight and fecundity: means, frequency distributions, and correlations for two populations (Lepidoptera: tortricidae)Author(s): Nancy Lorimer; Leah S. Bauer
Source: The Great Lakes Entomologist 16(4):153-156
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionPupal weights and fecundities of spruce budworm from Minnesota had different means, coefficients of variation, and frequency distributions than spruce budworm from New Hampshire. The two variables were correlated in one of the populations but not the other.
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CitationLorimer, Nancy; Bauer, Leah S. 1983. Spruce budworm weight and fecundity: means, frequency distributions, and correlations for two populations (Lepidoptera: tortricidae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 16(4):153-156
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