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Differential Bird Predator Attack Rate on Seasonal Forms of the Map Butterfly (Araschnia levana L.): Does the Substrate Matter?

Bibliographic reference Joiris, Augustin ; Korati, Safia ; Van Dyck, Hans. Differential Bird Predator Attack Rate on Seasonal Forms of the Map Butterfly (Araschnia levana L.): Does the Substrate Matter?. In: Ethology, Vol. 116, no. 11, p. 1020-1026 (2010)
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