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Small-scale spatial resource partitioning in a hyperparasitoid community

Bibliographic reference Harvey, Jeffrey A. ; Snaas, Helen ; Malcicka, Miriama ; Visser, Bertanne ; Bezemer, T. Martijn. Small-scale spatial resource partitioning in a hyperparasitoid community. In: Arthropod - Plant Interactions, Vol. 8, p. 393-401 (2014)
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