Hemiptera community and species responses to grassland sward islets

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Helden, Alvin J.; Dittrich, Alex D. K.;
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    mesheuropmc: endocrine system

Sward islet is a term that has been used to describe a patch of longer vegetation in a pasture produced by a reduction in cattle grazing around their dung. They are known to affect the abundance and distribution of grassland arthropods. Hemiptera, like other groups, are... View more
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