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TERRITORIAL MARKING WITH FAECES IN BADGERS ( M 1 EIES MF . ET , S ) : A COMPARISON OF BOUNDARY AND HINTERLAND LATRINE USE

@inproceedings{Roper2009TERRITORIALMW,
  title={TERRITORIAL MARKING WITH FAECES IN BADGERS ( M 1 EIES MF . ET , S ) : A COMPARISON OF BOUNDARY AND HINTERLAND LATRINE USE},
  author={T. Roper and L. Conradt and J. Butler and S. E. Christian and J. Ostler and T. Schmid},
  year={2009}
}
  • T. Roper, L. Conradt, +3 authors T. Schmid
  • Published 2009
  • 2 Citations

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