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Divergent life history strategies in congeneric hyperparasitoids

Bibliographic reference Visser, Bertanne ; Le Lann, Cécile ; Snaas, Helen ; Verdeny-Vilalta, Oriol ; Harvey, Jeffrey A. . Divergent life history strategies in congeneric hyperparasitoids. In: Evolutionary Ecology, Vol. 30, no.3, p. 2016 (535–549)
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