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Experiments on the food preference by wood and yellow necked mice apodemus sylvaticus and apodemus flavicollis


Experiments on the food preference by wood and yellow necked mice apodemus sylvaticus and apodemus flavicollis



Zeitschrift fuer Saeugetierkunde 37(2): 57-65




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