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Common Practice Solvent Extraction Does not Reflect Actual Emission of a Sex Pheromone During Butterfly Courtship

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Bibliographic reference Visser, Bertanne ; Dublon, Ian A. N. ; Heuskin, Stéphanie ; Laval, Florent ; Bacquet, Paul M. B. ; et. al. Common Practice Solvent Extraction Does not Reflect Actual Emission of a Sex Pheromone During Butterfly Courtship. In: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Vol. 6, no.154, p. 1-10 (2018)
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