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Environmental change and the phenology of European aphids

Bibliographic reference Harrington, Richard ; Clark, Suzanne J. ; Welham, Sue J. ; Verrier, Paul J. ; Denholm, Colin H. ; et. al. Environmental change and the phenology of European aphids. In: Global Change Biology, Vol. 13, no. 8, p. 1550-1564 (2007)
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