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Does habitat fragmentation affect temperature-related life-history traits? A laboratory test with a woodland butterfly

Bibliographic reference Karlsson, B ; Van Dyck, Hans. Does habitat fragmentation affect temperature-related life-history traits? A laboratory test with a woodland butterfly. In: Royal Society of London. Proceedings. Biological Sciences, Vol. 272, no. 1569, p. 1257-1263 (2005)
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