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Sexual dimorphism in northern spotted owls from northwest CaliforniaAuthor(s): J.A. Blakesley; A.B. Franklin; R.J. Gutierrez
Source: J. Field Ornithol., 61(3):320-327
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationBlakesley, J.A.; Franklin, A.B.; Gutierrez, R.J. 1990. Sexual dimorphism in northern spotted owls from northwest California. J. Field Ornithol., 61(3):320-327
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