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The lost generation hypothesis: could climate change drive ectotherms into a developmental trap ?

Bibliographic reference Van Dyck, Hans ; Bonte, Dries ; Puls, Rik ; Gotthard, Karl ; Maes, Dirk . The lost generation hypothesis: could climate change drive ectotherms into a developmental trap ?. In: Oikos : a journal of ecology, Vol. 124, p. 54-61 (2015)
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