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Lipid economy, flight activity and reproductive behaviour in the speckled wood butterfly : on the energetic cost of territory holding

Bibliographic reference Vande Velde, Lesley ; Van Dyck, Hans. Lipid economy, flight activity and reproductive behaviour in the speckled wood butterfly : on the energetic cost of territory holding. In: Oikos : a journal of ecology, Vol. 122, no. 4, p. 555–562 (2013)
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