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Associations between termites and bromeliads in two dry tropical habitats. Biotropica 28: 781-785.Author(s): B.L. Thorne; M.I. Haverty; D.H. Benzing
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CitationThorne, B.L., M.I. Haverty, and D.H. Benzing. 1996. Associations between termites and bromeliads in two dry tropical habitats. Biotropica 28: 781-785. null
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