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Text and tables taken from the 2005 thesis: Effect of Shelterwood Management on Flower-visiting Insects and their Floral Resources. by Jessica E. Fultz.

Contributions of expertise were made by Kevin M. O'Neill, Richard Hurley, Richard Miller, Michael Ivie, Matt Lavin, and Cathy Siebert.

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