Invertebrate terrestrial consumer inventory in Cascade Douglas-fir - western hemlock forests Public Deposited

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  • Insects represent the most diverse and abundant group of consumers know. The overall objective of this study was to obtain relative density estimates of the dominant taxa and identify their primary functions in order to assist consumer modelling efforts.
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