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Differentiation in putative male sex pheromone components across and within populations of the African butterfly Bicyclus anynana as a potential driver of reproductive isolation

Bibliographic reference Bacquet, Paul ; de Jong, Maaike, A. ; Wang, Hong-Lei ; Molleman, Freerk ; Heuskin, Stéphanie ; et. al. Differentiation in putative male sex pheromone components across and within populations of the African butterfly Bicyclus anynana as a potential driver of reproductive isolation. In: Ecology and Evolution, (2016)
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