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Effect of local weather on butterfly flight behaviour, movement, and colonization: significance for dispersal under climate change

Bibliographic reference Cormont, Anouk ; Malinowska, Agnieszka, H. ; Kostenko, Olga ; Radchuk, Viktoriia ; Hemerik, Lia ; et. al. Effect of local weather on butterfly flight behaviour, movement, and colonization: significance for dispersal under climate change. In: Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 20, no.3, p. 483-503, (2011)
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