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Spiders of a young plantation of eucalypt: diversity and potential predator of the most frequent arboreal species


, : Spiders of a young plantation of eucalypt: diversity and potential predator of the most frequent arboreal species. Acta Biologica Paranaense 34(1/4): 1-13

Spiders of a young commercial eucalypt plantation: diversity and potential predator of the most frequent arboreal species. This study was carried out in area of young commercial Eucalyptus grandis plantation (Botucatu, Sao Paulo, Brazil) for the evaluation of the spider fauna composition inhabiting the trees and litter. Entomological trays, hand captures and pitfall traps were applied within and on the edges of the plantation along a 3-kilometer transection.

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