Edited By: NE Stamp and TM Casey
548 pages, 100 illus
Reviews the present state of research into caterpillar biology while arguing for a multiple factor approach in studying insect herbivores. Written by leading authorities in entomology and ecology, it provides an explicit framework for carrying out just such investigations. The book concludes with a discussion of the implications of this material for pest management, forest systems, and agroecosystems.
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