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Balkenius A, Kelber A, Balkenius C (2004) A model of selection between stimulus and place strategy in a hawkmoth Adaptive Behavior 12(1):21-35

   A Model of Selection between Stimulus and Place Strategy in a Hawkmoth (Balkenius et al. 2004)

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