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Elevational species richness gradients in a hyperdiverse insect taxon: a global meta-study on geometrid moths

Bibliographic reference Beck, Jan ; McCain, Christy M. ; Axmacher, Jan C. ; Ashton, Louise A. ; Bärtschi, Florian ; et. al. Elevational species richness gradients in a hyperdiverse insect taxon: a global meta-study on geometrid moths. In: Global Ecology and Biogeography : a journal of macroecology, , p. 1-13 (2016)
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