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When parasitoids deal with the spatial distribution of their hosts: consequences for both partners : How parasitoids forage in a complex environment ?

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Bibliographic reference Louapre, Philippe ; Le Lann, Cécile ; Hance, Thierry. When parasitoids deal with the spatial distribution of their hosts: consequences for both partners : How parasitoids forage in a complex environment ?. In: Insect Science, Vol. 26, no. 5, p. 923–931 (2019)
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