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Anthropogenic host plant expansion leads a nettle-feeding butterfly out of the forest: consequences for larval survival and developmental plasticity in adult morphology

Bibliographic reference Merckx, Thomas ; Serruys, Mélanie ; Van Dyck, Hans. Anthropogenic host plant expansion leads a nettle-feeding butterfly out of the forest: consequences for larval survival and developmental plasticity in adult morphology. In: Evolutionary Applications, Vol. 8, no.4, p. 363–372 (2015)
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