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De vos Vulpes vulpes in Vlaanderen  : inventarisatie en synthese van de belangrijkste knelpunten

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De vos Vulpes vulpes in Vlaanderen   : inventarisatie en synthese van de belangrijkste knelpunten. / Van Den Berge, Koen.

Mededelingen 1995/1. Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer, 1995. (Mededelingen van het Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer; No. 1).

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Van Den Berge, K 1995, De vos Vulpes vulpes in Vlaanderen  : inventarisatie en synthese van de belangrijkste knelpunten. in Mededelingen 1995/1. Mededelingen van het Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer, nr. 1, Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer.

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Van Den Berge, K. (1995). De vos Vulpes vulpes in Vlaanderen  : inventarisatie en synthese van de belangrijkste knelpunten. In Mededelingen 1995/1 (Mededelingen van het Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer; No. 1). Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer.

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Van Den Berge, Koen. / De vos Vulpes vulpes in Vlaanderen   : inventarisatie en synthese van de belangrijkste knelpunten. Mededelingen 1995/1. Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer, 1995. (Mededelingen van het Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer; 1).

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