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The silk road of tetranychus urticae : is it a singe or a double lane ?

Bibliographic reference Clotuche, Gwendoline ; Mailleux, Anne-Catherine ; Deneubourg, Jean-Louis ; Detrain, Claire ; Hance, Thierry. The silk road of tetranychus urticae : is it a singe or a double lane ?. In: Experimental & Applied Acarology, Vol. 56, no. 4, p. 345-354 (2012)
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