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A case for using plethodontid salamanders for monitoring biodiversity and ecosystem integrity of North American forestsAuthor(s): Hartwell H. Welsh; Sam Droege
Source: Conservation Biology 15(3):558-569
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationWelsh, Hartwell H., Jr.; Droege, Sam. 2001. A case for using plethodontid salamanders for monitoring biodiversity and ecosystem integrity of North American forests. Conservation Biology 15(3):558-569
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