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The breeding migrations of smooth and palmate newts (Triturus vulgaris and T. helveticus) at a pond in mid Wales


The breeding migrations of smooth and palmate newts (Triturus vulgaris and T. helveticus) at a pond in mid Wales



Journal of Zoology 9-58



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