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Chemical capture of Alpine ibex a field trial on the use of xylazine and medetomidine antagonised by atipamezole Limpiego di xilazina e medetomidina antagonizzati con atipamezolo per la cattura di stambecchi confronto su campo in situazione standardizzata






Supplemento alle Ricerche di Biologia della Selvaggina. Settembre; 24: 423-428 (Unico)

Chemical capture of Alpine ibex a field trial on the use of xylazine and medetomidine antagonised by atipamezole Limpiego di xilazina e medetomidina antagonizzati con atipamezolo per la cattura di stambecchi confronto su campo in situazione standardizzata



Accession: 038067226



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