Fungus-insect Relationships: Perspectives in Ecology and Evolution

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Quentin Wheeler, Meredith Blackwell
Columbia University Press, 1984 - Champignons - Écologie - 514 pages
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A significant addition to the field of fungus-insect relationships, this book presents an interesting array of approaches to the subject of evolutionary and ecological associations of insects and fungi, written by both mycologists and entomologists.The volume is indispensable as an introduction to modern approaches in the field, a reference on host associations, and a theoretical basis for future research.

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