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Increased body size along urbanization gradients at both community and intraspecific level in macro-moths

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Bibliographic reference Merckx, Thomas ; Kaiser, Aurélien ; Van Dyck, Hans. Increased body size along urbanization gradients at both community and intraspecific level in macro-moths. In: Global Change Biology, Vol. 24, no.8, p. 3837-3848 (2018)
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