Large-Range Movements of Neotropical Orchid Bees Observed via Radio Telemetry

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WIKELSKI, Martin, Jerry MOXLEY, Alexander EATON-MORDAS, Margarita M. LOPEZ-URIBE, Richard HOLLAND, David MOSKOWITZ, David W. ROUBIK, Roland KAYS, RAINE, Nigel E., ed., 2010. Large-Range Movements of Neotropical Orchid Bees Observed via Radio Telemetry. In: PLoS ONE. 5(5), pp. e10738. eISSN 1932-6203. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010738

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