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Temperature, rainfall and butterfly morphology: does life history theory match the observed pattern

Bibliographic reference Gibbs, Melanie ; Wiklund, Christer ; Van Dyck, Hans. Temperature, rainfall and butterfly morphology: does life history theory match the observed pattern. In: Ecography : pattern and diversity in ecology, Vol. 34, no. 2, p. 336–344 (2011)
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