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Consistency and variation in the bat assemblages inhabiting two forest islands within a neotropical savanna in Bolivia

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AGUIRRE, LF, Luc Lens, R VAN DAMME, et al. “Consistency and Variation in the Bat Assemblages Inhabiting Two Forest Islands Within a Neotropical Savanna in Bolivia.” JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY 19 (2003): 367–374. Print.
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AGUIRRE, L., Lens, L., VAN DAMME, R., & MATTHYSEN, E. (2003). Consistency and variation in the bat assemblages inhabiting two forest islands within a neotropical savanna in Bolivia. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY, 19, 367–374.
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AGUIRRE, LF, Luc Lens, R VAN DAMME, and E MATTHYSEN. 2003. “Consistency and Variation in the Bat Assemblages Inhabiting Two Forest Islands Within a Neotropical Savanna in Bolivia.” Journal of Tropical Ecology 19: 367–374.
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AGUIRRE, LF, Luc Lens, R VAN DAMME, and E MATTHYSEN. 2003. “Consistency and Variation in the Bat Assemblages Inhabiting Two Forest Islands Within a Neotropical Savanna in Bolivia.” Journal of Tropical Ecology 19: 367–374.
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AGUIRRE L, Lens L, VAN DAMME R, MATTHYSEN E. Consistency and variation in the bat assemblages inhabiting two forest islands within a neotropical savanna in Bolivia. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY. Cambridge University Press; 2003;19:367–74.
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L. AGUIRRE, L. Lens, R. VAN DAMME, and E. MATTHYSEN, “Consistency and variation in the bat assemblages inhabiting two forest islands within a neotropical savanna in Bolivia,” JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY, vol. 19, pp. 367–374, 2003.
@article{212042,
  author       = {AGUIRRE, LF and Lens, Luc and VAN DAMME, R and MATTHYSEN, E},
  issn         = {0266-4674},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {367--374},
  publisher    = {Cambridge University Press},
  title        = {Consistency and variation in the bat assemblages inhabiting two forest islands within a neotropical savanna in Bolivia},
  volume       = {19},
  year         = {2003},
}

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