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Ant-like Traits in Wingless Parasitoids Repel Attack from Wolf Spiders

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Bibliographic reference Harvey, Jeffrey A. ; Visser, Bertanne ; Lammers, Marl ; Marien, Janine ; Gershenzon, Jonathan ; et. al. Ant-like Traits in Wingless Parasitoids Repel Attack from Wolf Spiders. In: Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 44, no.10, p. 894-904 (2018)
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