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The Urban Heat Island and its spatial scale dependent impact on survival and development in butterflies of different thermal sensitivity

Bibliographic reference Kaiser, Aurélien ; Merckx, Thomas ; Van Dyck, Hans. The Urban Heat Island and its spatial scale dependent impact on survival and development in butterflies of different thermal sensitivity. In: Ecology and Evolution, , p. 1-12 (2016)
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