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How is dispersal integrated in life histories: a quantitative analysis using butterflies

Bibliographic reference Stevens, Virginie M. ; Trochet, Audrey ; Van Dyck, Hans ; Clobert, Jean ; Baguette, Michel. How is dispersal integrated in life histories: a quantitative analysis using butterflies. In: Ecology Letters, Vol. 15, no. 1, p. 74–86 (2012)
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