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Life history traits, but not phylogeny, drive compositional patterns in a butterfly metacommunity

Bibliographic reference Pavoine, Sandrine ; Baguette, Michel ; Stevens, Virginie M. ; Leibold, Mathew A. ; Turlure, Camille ; et. al. Life history traits, but not phylogeny, drive compositional patterns in a butterfly metacommunity. In: Ecology Today, Vol. 95, p. 3304-3313 (2014)
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