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Moth invasions cause widespread damage in the sub-arctic birch forest

North Calotte Region, Northern Fennoscandia

In just seven years, as much as one-third of the mountain-birch forest in the North Calotte region was severely defoliated by two moth species. Researchers now have a better understanding of what happened.

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