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Eco-evolutionary dynamics in fragmented landscapes

Bibliographic reference Legrand, Delphine ; Cote, Julien ; Fronhofer, Emanuel A. ; Holt, Robert D. ; Ronce, Ophélie ; et. al. Eco-evolutionary dynamics in fragmented landscapes. In: Ecography (Online) : pattern and diversity in ecology, Vol. 40, p. 9-25 (2017)
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