Possible adaptive significance of "tail" structure in "false head" lycaenid butterflies.

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Riley, A. M. and Loxdale, H. D. 1988. Possible adaptive significance of "tail" structure in "false head" lycaenid butterflies. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation. 100, pp. 59-61.

AuthorsRiley, A. M. and Loxdale, H. D.
Year of Publication1988
JournalEntomologist's Record and Journal of Variation
Journal citation100, pp. 59-61
ISSN0013-8916
Funder project or code01
Open accessPublished as non-open access
PublisherAmateur Entomologists' Society (AES)

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