Popa, Flavius, Förschler, Marc, Heurich, Marco, Hoenselaar, Günter, Gärtner, Stefanie, Moriniere, Jerome, Twietmeyer, Sönke und Buse, Jörn (AFZ-DerWald 10/2023)

30. Mai 2023
Literaturhinweise aus „Einblicke in die Nahrungswahl beim Rothirsch“ von Flavius Popa, Marc Förschler, Marco Heurich, Günter Hoenselaar, Stefanie Gärtner, Jerome Moriniere, Sönke Twietmeyer und Jörn Buse (AFZ-DerWald 10/2023):

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