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


, : The diet of Petromus typicus (Petromuridae, Rodentia) in the Augrabies Falls National Park. Koedoe, 159-167 No. 24

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.

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