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Selection on male sex pheromone composition contributes to butterfly reproductive isolation

Bibliographic reference Bacquet, Paul ; Brattström, Oskar ; Wang, Hong-Lei ; Allen, Cerisse ; Löfstedt, Christer ; et. al. Selection on male sex pheromone composition contributes to butterfly reproductive isolation. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, (2015)
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