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Host plant nitrogen enrichment has both positive and negative effects on the larval growth of a specialist butterfly : Larval growth and nitrogen enrichment

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Bibliographic reference Lebigre, Christophe ; Vanderbeken, Caroline ; Turlure, Camille ; Schtickzelle, Nicolas. Host plant nitrogen enrichment has both positive and negative effects on the larval growth of a specialist butterfly : Larval growth and nitrogen enrichment. In: Ecological Entomology, Vol. 43, no.4, p. 494-505 (2018)
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