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A hierarchical analysis of the niche relationships of four amphibians from forested habitats of northwestern CaliforniaAuthor(s): H.H. Welsh
Source: Berkeley, CA: University of California. Ph.D. dissertation. 202p.
Publication Series: Dissertations
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CitationWelsh, H.H., Jr. 1993. A hierarchical analysis of the niche relationships of four amphibians from forested habitats of northwestern California. Berkeley, CA: University of California. Ph.D. dissertation. 202p.
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