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Seasonal movements and population fluctuations of the cave bat (Myotis velifer) in South-Central Kansas

Seasonal movements and population fluctuations of the cave bat (Myotis velifer) in South-Central Kansas

Trans Acad. Sci: 210-218

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Accession: 023569738

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DOI: 10.2307/3627120

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