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Physiological and ecological adaptation of temperate insectivorous bats 2. hibernation and winter activity in some cave dwelling bats


Physiological and ecological adaptation of temperate insectivorous bats 2. hibernation and winter activity in some cave dwelling bats



Japanese Journal of Ecology 28(3): 237-262



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