Species that share traits do not necessarily form distinct and universally applicable functional effect groups
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Murray , F , Douglas , A & Solan , M 2014 , ' Species that share traits do not necessarily form distinct and universally applicable functional effect groups ' , Marine Ecology Progress Series , vol. 516 , pp. 23-34 . https://doi.org/10.3354/meps11020
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