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Effects of periodical cicada emergences on abundance and synchrony of avian populationsAuthor(s): Walter D. Koenig; Andrew M. Liebhold; Andrew M. Liebhold
Source: Ecology. 86(7): 1873-1882.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationKoenig, Walter D.; Liebhold, Andrew M. 2005. Effects of periodical cicada emergences on abundance and synchrony of avian populations. Ecology. 86(7): 1873-1882.
Keywordsbird populations, Breeding Bird Survey, eastern North America, hardwood forests, Magicicada, periodical cicadas, predation, predator satiation, pulsed resources, spatial synchrony
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