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Spermatophore and sperm allocation in males of the monandrous butterfly pararge aegeria: the female’s perspective

Bibliographic reference Vande Velde, Lesley ; Damiens, David ; Van Dyck, Hans. Spermatophore and sperm allocation in males of the monandrous butterfly pararge aegeria: the female’s perspective. In: Ethology (Print), Vol. 117, no. 7, p. 645–654 (2011)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/76619
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