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Fundamental and applied ecology the universe of sound production in animals roles and development of acoustic communication


, : Fundamental and applied ecology the universe of sound production in animals roles and development of acoustic communication. Leroy, Y Ecologie Fondamentale Et Appliquee: L'univers Sonore Animal: Roles Et Evolution De La Communication Acoustique (Fundamental And Applied Ecology: The Universe Of Sound-Production in Animals: Roles And Development Of Acoustic Communication) Viii+350p Gauthier-Villars: Paris, France Illus Viii+350p


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