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1 January 1980 Optimal Foraging, Predation Risk and Territory Defence
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J. R. Krebs "Optimal Foraging, Predation Risk and Territory Defence," Ardea 55(1–2), 83-90, (1 January 1980). https://doi.org/10.5253/arde.v68.p83
Published: 1 January 1980
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