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Flight-induced transgenerational maternal effects influence butterfly offspring performance during times of drought

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Bibliographic reference Gibbs, Melanie ; Van Dyck, Hans ; Breuker, Casper J.. Flight-induced transgenerational maternal effects influence butterfly offspring performance during times of drought. In: Oecologia, Vol. 186, no.2, p. 383-391 (2017)
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