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Does insect mother know under what conditions it will make their offspring live ?

Bibliographic reference Kohandani-Tafresh, Fatemeh ; Le Goff, Guillaume ; Hance, Thierry. Does insect mother know under what conditions it will make their offspring live ?. In: Insect Science, , p. 1-9 (2015)
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