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Cold and damp weather prevents successful breeding of the hoopoe Upupa epops at 1300 metres asl Nasskaltes Wetter verhindert erfolgreiche Brut des Wiedehopfs Upupa epops in 1300 Meter Seehohe Aves


, : Cold and damp weather prevents successful breeding of the hoopoe Upupa epops at 1300 metres asl Nasskaltes Wetter verhindert erfolgreiche Brut des Wiedehopfs Upupa epops in 1300 Meter Seehohe Aves. Mitteilungen Landesmuseum Joanneum Zoologie, 50: 49-51


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