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Dispersal distance is influenced by parental and grand-parental density

Bibliographic reference Bitume, E. ; Nieberding, Caroline ; Olivieri, I. ; Ronce, O. ; Bonte, D.. Dispersal distance is influenced by parental and grand-parental density. In: Proceedings / Royal Society of London. Biological sciences, Vol. 281, no. 1790 (2014)
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