Articles | Volume 20, issue 2
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08 Sep 2020
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Effects of projected climate change on the distribution of Mantis religiosa suggest expansion followed by contraction

Johanna Steger, Alexandra Schneider, Roland Brandl, and Stefan Hotes

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