Thermoregulatory syndromes of two sympatric dung beetles with low energy costs release_ntg2c4ltw5ewneldt5oxrn42hq

by José R. Verdú, Vieyle Cortez, Daniela Oliva, Victoria Giménez-Gómez

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title Thermoregulatory syndromes of two sympatric dung beetles with low energy costs
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