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Török, K ; Szitár, K ; Halassy, M ; Szabó, R ; Szili-Kovács, T ; Baráth, N ; Paschke, MW
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY 51 : 3 pp. 756-765. , 10 p. (2014)
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