Insect fauna in nests of the Eurasian griffon vulture ( Gyps fulvus) in Croatia

Dražina, Tvrtko; Špoljar, Maria
October 2009
Biologia;Oct2009, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p969
Academic Journal
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