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Brian E. Flock,1,2 Roger D. Applegate,1,3,2 Richard D. McKown,4,5 Philip S. Gipson,1,6 Kevin Cummings,7 Jeremy S. Tiemann7,*
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Brian E. Flock,Roger D. Applegate,Richard D. McKown,Philip S. Gipson,Kevin Cummings, andJeremy S. Tiemann "Amphibious Snails Attached to the Breast Feathers of a Northern Bobwhite," Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 121(1-2), 84-86, (1 May 2018). https://doi.org/10.1660/062.121.0208
Brian E. Flock, Roger D. Applegate, Richard D. McKown, Philip S. Gipson, Kevin Cummings, Jeremy S. Tiemann "Amphibious Snails Attached to the Breast Feathers of a Northern Bobwhite," Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 121(1-2), 84-86, (1 May 2018)