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Evaluating functional dispersal and its eco-epidemiological implications in a nest ectoparasite

Rataud, Amalia; Dupraz, Marlène; Toty, Céline; Blanchon, Thomas; Vittecoq, Marion; Choquet, Rémi; McCoy, Karen D.


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