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Functional habitat area as a reliable proxy for population size: case study using two butterfly species of conservation concern

Bibliographic reference Turlure, Camille ; Choutt, Julie ; Van Dyck, Hans ; Baguette, Michel ; Schtickzelle, Nicolas. Functional habitat area as a reliable proxy for population size: case study using two butterfly species of conservation concern. In: Journal of Insect Conservation : an international journal devoted to the conservation of inects and related invertebrates, Vol. 14, no. 4, p. 379-388 (2010)
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