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Recognizing feeding by rodents.



Recognizing feeding by rodents.



Zool. Listy, Brno. 7: 2, 135-42



Describes and presents photographs illustrating the damage to Hazel and Walnut shells, fruit of Cornus mas, and snail shells, caused in feeding by Eliomys quercinus, Glis glis, Dryomys nitedula, Sciurus vulgaris and Apodemus flavicollis.

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