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Development, survival, and phenotypic plasticity in anthropogenic landscapes: trade-offs between offspring quantity and quality in the nettle-feeding peacock butterfly

Bibliographic reference Serruys, Mélanie ; Van Dyck, Hans. Development, survival, and phenotypic plasticity in anthropogenic landscapes: trade-offs between offspring quantity and quality in the nettle-feeding peacock butterfly. In: Oecologia, Vol. 176, no.2, p. 379-387 (2014)
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