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Relative importance of abiotically induced direct and indirect effects on a salt-marsh herbivore
Author(s): D. C. Moon and P. Stiling
Publication Type: Article
Article Topic(s): Disturbance,Fertilizer,Stress
Research Setting(s): Coastal,Wetland
Species Referenced: Borrichia frutescens (Bushy seaside tansy),
AbstractEvaluates the effects of salinity and fertilizer on the abundance of Pissonotus quadripustulatus, which feeds on Borrichia frutescens. The abundance of P. quadripustulatus increased with increasing salinity and fertilizer.
Suggested CitationD. C. Moon and P. Stiling. "Relative importance of abiotically induced direct and indirect effects on a salt-marsh herbivore." Ecology 81.2 (2000): 470-481.