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Paulsch, D. &amp; M&uuml;ller-Hohenstein, K. (2008): <b>Bird Species Distribution Along an Altitudinal Gradient in Southern Ecuador and its Functional Relationships with Vegetation Structure</b>. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, J&ouml;rg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): <i>Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador</i> (Ecological Studies <b>198</b>), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 149-156.

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Title: Bird Species Distribution Along an Altitudinal Gradient in Southern Ecuador and its Functional Relationships with Vegetation Structure
Short Name: Bird Species Distribution Along an Altitudinal Gradient
FOR816dw ID: 629
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
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Individual: Detlev Paulsch
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Chapter Number: 11.1
Book Editor: Beck, Erwin and Bendix, Jörg and Kottke, Ingrid and Makeschin, Franz and Mosandl, Reinhard
Book Title: Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador
Page Range: 149-156
Publisher: Springer
Publication Place: Berlin Heidelberg
Edition: Ecological Studies
Volume: 198
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