Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix

Moran N, Mossop KD, Thompson RM, Chapple DG, Wong BBM (2017)
Oecologia 185(1): 55-67.

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Moran, NicholasUniBi ; Mossop, Krystina D.; Thompson, Ross M.; Chapple, David G.; Wong, Bob B. M.
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2017
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Oecologia
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185
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1
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55-67
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0029-8549
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1432-1939
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Moran N, Mossop KD, Thompson RM, Chapple DG, Wong BBM. Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix. Oecologia. 2017;185(1):55-67.
Moran, N., Mossop, K. D., Thompson, R. M., Chapple, D. G., & Wong, B. B. M. (2017). Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix. Oecologia, 185(1), 55-67. doi:10.1007/s00442-017-3924-2
Moran, N., Mossop, K. D., Thompson, R. M., Chapple, D. G., and Wong, B. B. M. (2017). Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix. Oecologia 185, 55-67.
Moran, N., et al., 2017. Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix. Oecologia, 185(1), p 55-67.
N. Moran, et al., “Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix”, Oecologia, vol. 185, 2017, pp. 55-67.
Moran, N., Mossop, K.D., Thompson, R.M., Chapple, D.G., Wong, B.B.M.: Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix. Oecologia. 185, 55-67 (2017).
Moran, Nicholas, Mossop, Krystina D., Thompson, Ross M., Chapple, David G., and Wong, Bob B. M. “Rapid divergence of animal personality and syndrome structure across an arid-aquatic habitat matrix”. Oecologia 185.1 (2017): 55-67.

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