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Selective predation in a polyphagous invertebrate predator, Pardosa vancouveri (Arachnida, Araneae)
(Simon Fraser University, 1979)
Selective predation (i.e., non-random feeding) was studied in a laboratory system that allowed individual lycosid spiders, Pardosa vancouveri. to feed on prey populations consisting of one or two kinds of insects. Various ...
Local Residents Voice Concerns About Pulp Mill
(Athabasca Advocate, 1988-08-08)
Agriculture in Indonesia: mostly a domestic market
(International Agri-World, 1995-05)
Plagiarism: hazardous to your academic success
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about mosquitoes
(Athabasca Advocate, 1999-06-29)
Letters to the editor: A Pulp Mill For Athabasca?
(Athabasca Advertiser, 1988-08-08)
Fleeing from fleas: on your cat, dog, or you
(Athabasca Advocate, 1998-02-24)
Letters: And where do hermaphrodites fit in?
(Edmonton Journal, 2005-03-06)
Forest Tent Caterpillar … information and options
(The Echo, 1986-07-01)
Lice: they may be closer than you think
(Athabasca Advocate, 1998-02-03)