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Morphometric variation in Tundra swans: relationships among age and sex classesAuthor(s): S.L. Miller; M.A. Gregg; A.R. Kuritsubo; S.M. Combs; M.K. Murdock; B.R. Noon; R.G. Botzler
Source: Condor 90:802-815
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationMiller, S.L.; Gregg, M.A.; Kuritsubo, A.R.; Combs, S.M.; Murdock, M.K.; Noon, B.R.; Botzler, R.G. 1988. Morphometric variation in Tundra swans: relationships among age and sex classes. Condor 90:802-815
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