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The diet of Petromus typicus (Petromuridae, Rodentia) in the Augrabies Falls National Park


Koedoe, 159-167 No. 24
The diet of Petromus typicus (Petromuridae, Rodentia) in the Augrabies Falls National Park
The diet of P. typicus from 3 sites in Augrabies Falls National Park was analyzed. Grass is the main item of the diet, but the proportion of grasses to dicotyledons is determined to some extent by availability.


Accession: 021907580



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