Contrasting movement patterns in two species of chequerspot butterflies, Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe, in the same patch network

@article{Wang2004ContrastingMP,
  title={Contrasting movement patterns in two species of chequerspot butterflies, Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe, in the same patch network},
  author={R. Wang and Yifei Wang and J. Chen and G. Lei and Rumei Xu},
  journal={Ecological Entomology},
  year={2004},
  volume={29}
}
Abstract.  1. Mark–release–recapture studies were conducted on two species of chequerspot butterfly, Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe, in the same habitat patch network in Yanjiaping, a small basin in the Taihang Mountains, north‐west of Beijing, China, in 2000. 
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