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Modelling movement and stage-specific habitat preferences of a polyphagous insect pest

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Title
Modelling movement and stage-specific habitat preferences of a polyphagous insect pest
Published in
Movement Ecology, March 2020
DOI 10.1186/s40462-020-00198-7
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Adriano G. Garcia, Wesley A. C. Godoy, Fernando L. Cônsoli, Claudia P. Ferreira

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