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Induced niche shift as an anti-predator response for an endoparasitoid

Bibliographic reference Muratori, Frederic B. ; Borlee, Sophie ; Messing, Russell H.. Induced niche shift as an anti-predator response for an endoparasitoid. In: Royal Society of London. Proceedings. Biological Sciences, Vol. 277, no. 1687, p. 1475-1480 (2010)
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