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Host plant taxonomy and phenotype influence the structure of a neotropical host plant–hispine beetle food web

Bibliographic reference Meskens, Christophe ; Mc Kenna, Duane ; Hance, Thierry ; Windsor, Donald. Host plant taxonomy and phenotype influence the structure of a neotropical host plant–hispine beetle food web. In: Ecological Entomology, Vol. 36, no. 4, p. 480–489 (2011)
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