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Rising temperature reduces divergence in resource use strategies in coexisting parasitoid species

Bibliographic reference Le Lann, Cécile ; Visser, Bertanne ; Mériaux, Maëlle ; Moiroux, Joffrey ; van Baaren, Joan ; et. al. Rising temperature reduces divergence in resource use strategies in coexisting parasitoid species. In: Oecologia Plantarum, Vol. 174, p. 967-977 (2013)
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