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Y. Basset, B. Corbara, H. Barrios, Ph. Cuénoud, M. Leponce, H.P. Aberlenc, J. Bail, D. Bito, J.R. Bridle, G. Castaño-Meneses, L. Cizek, A. Cornejo, G. Curletti, J.H.C. Delabie, A. Dejean, R.K. Didham, M. Dufrêne, L.L. Fagan, A. Floren, D. Frame, F. Hallé, O.J. Hardy, A. Hernandez, R.L. Kitching, T.M. Lewinsohn, O.T. Lewis, M. Manumbor, E. Medianero, O. Missa, A.M. Mitchell, M. Mogia, V. Novotny, F. Ødegaard, E. Gama de Oliveira, J. Orivel, C.M.P. Ozanne, O. Pascal, S. Pinzón, M. Rapp, S.P. Ribeiro, Y. Roisin, T. Roslin, D.W. Roubik, M. Samaniego, J. Schmidl, L.L. Sørensen, A. Tishechkin, C. Van Osselaer and N.N. Winchester (2007)

IBISCA-Panama, a large-scale study of arthropod beta-diversity and vertical stratification in a lowland rainforest: rationale, study sites and field protocols.

Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Entomologie, 77:39-69.

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