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Leukocyte counts variation and measures of male fitness in the lekking black grouse (Tetrao tetrix)

Bibliographic reference Lebigre, Christophe ; Alatalo, Rauno, V. ; Kilpimaa, Janne ; Staszewski, Vincent ; Siitari, Heli. Leukocyte counts variation and measures of male fitness in the lekking black grouse (Tetrao tetrix). In: Journal of Ornithology, Vol. 153, no.1, p. 95-102 (2012)
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