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Wing shape variations in an invasive moth are related to sexual dimorphism and altitude

Journal Title:
Bulletin of entomological research.
Journal Volume/Issue:
2010 Oct., v. 100, issue 5
Main Author:
Hernández-L., N.
Other Authors:
Barragán, A.R., Dupas, S., Silvain, J.F., and Dangles, O.
Format:
Electronic
Language:
English
Subjects:
moths
Tecia solanivora
invasive species
evolution
adaptation
males
females
highlands
mountains
altitude
colonizing ability
wings
shape
dimensions
sexual dimorphism
gender differences
morphometry
variance
spatial variation
environmental factors
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IND44427188