Condition-dependence of fitness-related traits in the Glanville fritillary butterfly
With increasing global warming and habitat fragmentation, environmental conditions are becoming more variable, and the risk and prevalence of diseases may increase in nature. As a consequence, many species have to adapt or respond to rapid changes in their environment. Ectotherms, such as insects, are thought to be especially prone to such changes and thus are interesting and relevant sp...
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Public examination: 29.9.2017