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Title: The impact of kleptoparasitic invasions on the evolution of gall-size in social and solitary Australian Acacia thrips
Authors: Chapman, Thomas William
Francis-Geyer, Karen Leah
Schwarz, Michael Philip
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Chapman, T.W., Francis-Geyer, K.L., & Schwarz, M.P., 2006. The impact of kleptoparasitic invasions on the evolution of gall-size in social and solitary Australian Acacia thrips. Insect Science, 13(5), 391-400.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/9403
ISSN: 1672-9609
Appears in Collections:0603 - Evolutionary Biology
0608 - Zoology

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