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Comparative thermal ecology of the sympatric lizards Podarcis tiliguerta and Podarcis sicula

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Comparative thermal ecology of the sympatric lizards Podarcis tiliguerta and Podarcis sicula. / Van Damme, R; Bauwens, Dirk; Castilla, A. M; Verheyen, R. F.

In: Acta Oecologica (Montrouge), Vol. 11, 1990, p. 503-512.

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Van Damme, R, Bauwens, D, Castilla, AM & Verheyen, RF 1990, 'Comparative thermal ecology of the sympatric lizards Podarcis tiliguerta and Podarcis sicula', Acta Oecologica (Montrouge), vol. 11, pp. 503-512.

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Van Damme, R., Bauwens, D., Castilla, A. M., & Verheyen, R. F. (1990). Comparative thermal ecology of the sympatric lizards Podarcis tiliguerta and Podarcis sicula. Acta Oecologica (Montrouge), 11, 503-512.

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Van Damme, R ; Bauwens, Dirk ; Castilla, A. M ; Verheyen, R. F. / Comparative thermal ecology of the sympatric lizards Podarcis tiliguerta and Podarcis sicula. In: Acta Oecologica (Montrouge). 1990 ; Vol. 11. pp. 503-512.

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