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Foreign tree species

Some euphorically endorse non-native tree species while others demonize them. Where in lies the truth? In Europe many foreign tree species have been established for a long time. Is that good or bad? Can all the tree species be lumped together?

 

Bioacoustic

Sound emissions from larvae of the red palm weevil, the asian longehorn beetle and longhorn beetle of the genus Monochamus were analyzed.

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