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Small-scale spatial heterogeneity of stable isotopes signatures (15N, 13C) in Sphagnum sp. transfers to all trophic levels in oribatid mites



Small-scale spatial heterogeneity of stable isotopes signatures (15N, 13C) in Sphagnum sp. transfers to all trophic levels in oribatid mites



Soil Biology and Biochemistry 100: 242-251




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DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2016.06.005


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