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Niche differentiation between sympatric alien aquatic crustaceans : An isotopic evidence

Niche differentiation between sympatric alien aquatic crustaceans : An isotopic evidence


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ROTHHAUPT, Karl-Otto, Almut J. HANSELMANN, Elizabeth YOHANNES, 2014. Niche differentiation between sympatric alien aquatic crustaceans : An isotopic evidence. In: Basic and Applied Ecology. 15(5), pp. 453-463. ISSN 1439-1791. eISSN 1618-0089

@article{Rothhaupt2014Niche-29028, title={Niche differentiation between sympatric alien aquatic crustaceans : An isotopic evidence}, year={2014}, doi={10.1016/j.baae.2014.07.002}, number={5}, volume={15}, issn={1439-1791}, journal={Basic and Applied Ecology}, pages={453--463}, author={Rothhaupt, Karl-Otto and Hanselmann, Almut J. and Yohannes, Elizabeth} }

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