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The impact of fluctuating thermal regimes on the survival of a cold-exposed parasitic wasp, Aphidius colemani

Bibliographic reference Colinet, Hervé ; Renault, D. ; Hance, Thierry ; Vernon, Philippe. The impact of fluctuating thermal regimes on the survival of a cold-exposed parasitic wasp, Aphidius colemani. In: Physiological Entomology Online, Vol. 31, no. 3, p. 234-240 (2006)
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