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Implications of plantations on wildlife: How can habitat be enhanced?Author(s): William F. Laudenslayer
Source: California Forest Pest Council Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting November 12-13, 1997
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationLaudenslayer, William F. 1997. Implications of plantations on wildlife: How can habitat be enhanced?. California Forest Pest Council Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting November 12-13, 1997
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