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Wood Wise - beguiling beetles
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This issue provides fascinating insights into the beetles found in woodlands, wood pasture and parkland.
Beetles represent one fifth of all living organisms and are the largest group of insects; many of which are associated with woods and trees for at least part of their life history.
Learn about the unique communities and ecological requirements of tree-associated beetles, the impacts of non-native beetles, and how beetles can be associated with the transmission and establishment of tree diseases.
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