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The evolution of sexual size dimorphism and mating systems in water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae): A phylogenetic approach

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The evolution of sexual size dimorphism and mating systems in water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae): A phylogenetic approach. / Andersen, Nils Møller.

I: Ecoscience, Nr. 1, 1994, s. 208-214.

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Andersen, NM 1994, 'The evolution of sexual size dimorphism and mating systems in water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae): A phylogenetic approach', Ecoscience, nr. 1, s. 208-214.

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Andersen, N. M. (1994). The evolution of sexual size dimorphism and mating systems in water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae): A phylogenetic approach. Ecoscience, (1), 208-214.

Vancouver

Andersen NM. The evolution of sexual size dimorphism and mating systems in water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae): A phylogenetic approach. Ecoscience. 1994;(1):208-214.

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Andersen, Nils Møller. / The evolution of sexual size dimorphism and mating systems in water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae): A phylogenetic approach. I: Ecoscience. 1994 ; Nr. 1. s. 208-214.

Bibtex

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