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Ontogenetic changes in the foraging behavior and habitat use of the Oregon garter snake, Thamnophis atratus hydrophilusAuthor(s): A.J. Lind; Hartwell H. Welsh
Source: Animal Behavior 48:1261-1273
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationLind, A.J.; Welsh, Hartwell H., Jr. 1994. Ontogenetic changes in the foraging behavior and habitat use of the Oregon garter snake, Thamnophis atratus hydrophilus. Animal Behavior 48:1261-1273
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