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Nest Predation Deviates from Nest Predator Abundance in an Ecologically Trapped Bird

Bibliographic reference Hollander, Franck ; Van Dyck, Hans ; San Martin Y Gomez, Gilles ; Titeux, Nicolas. Nest Predation Deviates from Nest Predator Abundance in an Ecologically Trapped Bird. In: PLoS One, , no.0144098, p. 1-19 (2015)
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