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Conservation by fragmentation : a case study using a recently discovered fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) population near the index outbreak site, free of B. salamandrivorans

Gwij Stegen (UGent)
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Stegen, Gwij. “Conservation by Fragmentation : A Case Study Using a Recently Discovered Fire Salamander (Salamandra Salamandra) Population near the Index Outbreak Site, Free of B. Salamandrivorans.” Herpetology, 19th European Congress, Abstracts, 2017.
APA
Stegen, G. (2017). Conservation by fragmentation : a case study using a recently discovered fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) population near the index outbreak site, free of B. salamandrivorans. In Herpetology, 19th European congress, Abstracts. Salzburg, Austria.
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Stegen, Gwij. 2017. “Conservation by Fragmentation : A Case Study Using a Recently Discovered Fire Salamander (Salamandra Salamandra) Population near the Index Outbreak Site, Free of B. Salamandrivorans.” In Herpetology, 19th European Congress, Abstracts.
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Stegen, Gwij. 2017. “Conservation by Fragmentation : A Case Study Using a Recently Discovered Fire Salamander (Salamandra Salamandra) Population near the Index Outbreak Site, Free of B. Salamandrivorans.” In Herpetology, 19th European Congress, Abstracts.
Vancouver
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Stegen G. Conservation by fragmentation : a case study using a recently discovered fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) population near the index outbreak site, free of B. salamandrivorans. In: Herpetology, 19th European congress, Abstracts. 2017.
IEEE
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G. Stegen, “Conservation by fragmentation : a case study using a recently discovered fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) population near the index outbreak site, free of B. salamandrivorans,” in Herpetology, 19th European congress, Abstracts, Salzburg, Austria, 2017.
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  author       = {{Stegen, Gwij}},
  booktitle    = {{Herpetology, 19th European congress, Abstracts}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Salzburg, Austria}},
  title        = {{Conservation by fragmentation : a case study using a recently discovered fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) population near the index outbreak site, free of B. salamandrivorans}},
  year         = {{2017}},
}