Supplementary Material for: Nasonia Parasitic Wasps Escape from Haller's Rule by Diphasic, Partially Isometric Brain-Body Size Scaling and Selective Neuropil Adaptations

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Date made available24 Oct 2017
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Nasonia Parasitic Wasps Escape from Haller's Rule by Diphasic, Partially Isometric Brain-Body Size Scaling and Selective Neuropil Adaptations

Groothuis, J. & Smid, H. M., Nov 2017, In : Brain, behavior and evolution. 90, 3, p. 243-254

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    Groothuis, J. (Creator), Smid, H. M. (Creator) (24 Oct 2017). Supplementary Material for: Nasonia Parasitic Wasps Escape from Haller's Rule by Diphasic, Partially Isometric Brain-Body Size Scaling and Selective Neuropil Adaptations. Wageningen University & Research. 10.6084/m9.figshare.5531839