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Evolution in closely adjacent plant populations VI. An entomophilous species, potentilla erecta, in two contrasting habitats

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Watson, P. Evolution in closely adjacent plant populations VI. An entomophilous species, potentilla erecta, in two contrasting habitats. Heredity 24, 407–422 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1038/hdy.1969.57

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