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Life-history traits and landscape characteristics predict macro-moth responses to forest fragmentation

Bibliographic reference Slade, Eleanor, M. ; Merckx, Thomas ; Riutta, Terhi ; Bebber, Daniel, P. ; Redhead, David ; et. al. Life-history traits and landscape characteristics predict macro-moth responses to forest fragmentation. In: Ecology, Vol. 94, no.7, p. 1519–1530 (2013)
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