Ecological Interactions and Biological Control

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and the following from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada: Alison Paton and Randall Brandt for processing many vegetation samples, Helen McMenamin for suggestions on the manuscript, and Sheila Torgunrud for preparing the figures. L.R.C. Contribution No. 3879530.


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