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Nectar robbing improves male reproductive success of the endangered Aconitum napellus ssp. lusitanicum

Bibliographic reference Mayer, Carolin ; Dehon, Charles ; Gauthier, Anne-Laure ; Naveau, Olivier ; Rigo, Cyrielle ; et. al. Nectar robbing improves male reproductive success of the endangered Aconitum napellus ssp. lusitanicum. In: Evolutionary Ecology, Vol. 28, p. 669-685 (2014)
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