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Populations are not declining and food webs are not collapsing at the Luquillo Experimental ForestAuthor(s): M. R. Willig; L. Woolbright; S. J. Presley; T. D. Schowalter; R. B. Waide; T. Heartsill Scalley; J. K. Zimmerman; G. González; A. E. Lugo
Source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationWillig, M. R.; Woolbright, L.; Presley, S. J.; Schowalter, T. D.; Waide, R. B.; Heartsill Scalley, T.; Zimmerman, J. K.; González, G.; Lugo, A. E. 2019. Populations are not declining and food webs are not collapsing at the Luquillo Experimental Forest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 165: 201820456-. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1820456116.
KeywordsInsects, Luquillo Experimental Forest (LEF), Food webs, El Yunque National Forest (EYNF), Tropical forest, Long term
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