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Parental frequencies and spatial configuration shape bumblebee behavior and floral isolation in hybridizing Rhinanthus

Bibliographic reference Natalis, Laurent C. ; Wesselingh, Renate A.. Parental frequencies and spatial configuration shape bumblebee behavior and floral isolation in hybridizing Rhinanthus. In: Evolution, Vol. 67, no. 6, p. 1539–1846 (2013)
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