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Plant quality and local adaptation undermine relocation in a bog specialist butterfly

Bibliographic reference Turlure, Camille ; Radchuk, Viktoriia ; Baguette, Michel ; Meijrink, Mark ; van den Burg, Arnold ; et. al. Plant quality and local adaptation undermine relocation in a bog specialist butterfly. In: Ecology and Evolution, , p. 1-11 (2012)
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