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Nectar resource limitation affects butterfly flight performance and metabolism differently in intensive and extensive agricultural landscapes

Bibliographic reference Lebeau, Julie ; Wesselingh, Renate A. ; Van Dyck, Hans. Nectar resource limitation affects butterfly flight performance and metabolism differently in intensive and extensive agricultural landscapes. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, Vol. 283, no.1830, p. 1-7 (2016)
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