The effect of changing topography on the coordinated marching of locust nymphs

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AMICHAY, Guy, Gil ARIEL, Amir AYALI, 2016. The effect of changing topography on the coordinated marching of locust nymphs. In: PeerJ. 4, e2742. eISSN 2167-8359

@article{Amichay2016effec-37427, title={The effect of changing topography on the coordinated marching of locust nymphs}, year={2016}, doi={10.7717/peerj.2742}, volume={4}, journal={PeerJ}, author={Amichay, Guy and Ariel, Gil and Ayali, Amir}, note={Article Number: e2742} }

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