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Helminth infections in Apodemus sylvaticus in southern England: interactive effects of host age, sex and year on the prevalence and abundance of infections

By Jerzy M. Behnke, John W. Lewis, S.N. Mohd Zain and Francis Gilbert
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Year: 1999
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