Bats and aquatic habitats : a review of habitat use and anthropogenic impacts

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SALVARINA, Ioanna, 2016. Bats and aquatic habitats : a review of habitat use and anthropogenic impacts. In: Mammal Review. 46(2), pp. 131-143. ISSN 0305-1838. eISSN 1365-2907

@article{Salvarina2016aquat-33976, title={Bats and aquatic habitats : a review of habitat use and anthropogenic impacts}, year={2016}, doi={10.1111/mam.12059}, number={2}, volume={46}, issn={0305-1838}, journal={Mammal Review}, pages={131--143}, author={Salvarina, Ioanna} }

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