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Comparative population studies of threePieris butterflies,P. rapae, P. melete andP. napi, living in the same area III. Difference in the annual generation numbers in relation to habitat selection by adults

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Ohsaki, N. Comparative population studies of threePieris butterflies,P. rapae, P. melete andP. napi, living in the same area III. Difference in the annual generation numbers in relation to habitat selection by adults. Res Popul Ecol 24, 193–210 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02515599

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