The predicted energetic cost of thermal variability for overwintering <i>Erynnis propertius</i>.
<p>Predicted extra lipid used overwinter by <i>E. propertius</i> larvae above that predicted by mean temperatures as a function of daily thermal amplitude in a given winter in OR or BC. Dark symbols: larvae with high thermal sensitivity in BC; light symbols: larvae with low thermal sensitivity in OR.</p
Biochemistry, Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, energetic, thermal, variability, overwintering
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0034470.g006
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