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 Flight morphology, compound eye structure and dispersal in the bog and the cranberry fritillary butterflies: an inter- and intraspecific comparison

Bibliographic reference Turlure, Camille ; Schtickzelle, Nicolas ; Van Dyck, Hans ; Seymoure, Brett ; Rutowski, Ronald.  Flight morphology, compound eye structure and dispersal in the bog and the cranberry fritillary butterflies: an inter- and intraspecific comparison. In: PLoS One, p. 1-17 (2016)
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