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E4 Forest fragments maple trees and insects

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Published on Jun 20, 2013

This McGill-based research is looking at the biodiversity of canopy insects in forest patches in an agricultural setting. The goal is to better understand how the size of forest patches contributes to keeping insects that eat the leaves of maple trees in check. For more information: http://www.connexionmonteregie.com/

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