Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia

Opitz S, Boevé J-L, Nagy ZT, Müller C, Koch F, Sonet G (2012)
PLoS ONE 7(4).

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Opitz S, Boevé J-L, Nagy ZT, Müller C, Koch F, Sonet G. Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE. 2012;7(4).
Opitz, S., Boevé, J. - L., Nagy, Z. T., Müller, C., Koch, F., & Sonet, G. (2012). Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE, 7(4).
Opitz, S., Boevé, J. - L., Nagy, Z. T., Müller, C., Koch, F., and Sonet, G. (2012). Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE 7.
Opitz, S., et al., 2012. Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE, 7(4).
S. Opitz, et al., “Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia”, PLoS ONE, vol. 7, 2012.
Opitz, S., Boevé, J.-L., Nagy, Z.T., Müller, C., Koch, F., Sonet, G.: Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE. 7, (2012).
Opitz, Sebastian, Boevé, J-L, Nagy, ZT, Müller, Caroline, Koch, F, and Sonet, G. “Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia”. PLoS ONE 7.4 (2012).
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