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Ultrastructure and function of the male accessory reproductive glands of the Cape horseshoe bat Rhinolophus capensis



Ultrastructure and function of the male accessory reproductive glands of the Cape horseshoe bat Rhinolophus capensis



Elektronmikroskopievereniging van Suidelike Afrika Verrigtings, 14: 121-122




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