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Host specialization in habitat specialists and generalists.

Bibliographic reference Stilmant, Didier ; Van Bellinghen, Cécile ; Hance, Thierry ; Boivin, Guy. Host specialization in habitat specialists and generalists.. In: Oecologia, Vol. 156, no. 4, p. 905-12 (2008)
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