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Predicted insect diversity declines under climate change in an already impoverished region

Bibliographic reference Maes, Dirk ; Titeux, Nicolas ; Hortal, Joaquín ; Anselin, Anny ; Decleer, Kris ; et. al. Predicted insect diversity declines under climate change in an already impoverished region. In: Journal of Insect Conservation : an international journal devoted to the conservation of inects and related invertebrates, Vol. 14, no. 5, p. 485-498 (2010)
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