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Can Europes nature be saved? Can the Directive on Habitats still be effective? Kan Europas natur reddes? Kan Habitatdirektivet bruges til noget?


, : Can Europes nature be saved? Can the Directive on Habitats still be effective? Kan Europas natur reddes? Kan Habitatdirektivet bruges til noget?. Nordisk Herpetologisk Forening. Maj-Juni; 443: 96-100


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