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Identifying high-quality pond habitats for Odonata in lowland England: implications for agri-environment schemes

Bibliographic reference Raebel, Eva, M. ; Merckx, Thomas ; Feber, Ruth, E. ; Riordan, Philip ; Macdonald, David, W. ; et. al. Identifying high-quality pond habitats for Odonata in lowland England: implications for agri-environment schemes. In: Insect Conservation and Diversity, Vol. 5, no.6, p. 422-432 (2012)
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