The opening of land for large-scale jatropha plantations often displaces traditional land use practices, including collection of non-timber forest products...

The opening of land for large-scale jatropha plantations often displaces traditional land use practices, including collection of non-timber forest products...

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The opening of land for large-scale jatropha plantations often displaces traditional land use practices, including collection of non-timber forest products such as edible caterpillars, which also have a symbiosis with certain tree species.

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