Arthropod assemblages in a focal tree species (Eucalyptus microcarpa) depends on the species mix in restoration plantings
The composition of arthropods in trees has long been a topic of interest, with many studies exploring ways in which arthropod communities differ among tree species or entire forests. Few studies, however, have examined arthropods from trees in restoration
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