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Die Zweifarbfledermaus in der Schweiz: Status und Grundlagen für den Schutz [The parti-Coloured Bat in Switzerland: Status and Bases for Protection]

Series: Bristol-Schriftenreihe Volume: 17
By: Kamran Safi
100 pages, colour illus
Die Zweifarbfledermaus in der Schweiz: Status und Grundlagen für den Schutz [The parti-Coloured Bat in Switzerland: Status and Bases for Protection]
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  • Die Zweifarbfledermaus in der Schweiz: Status und Grundlagen für den Schutz [The parti-Coloured Bat in Switzerland: Status and Bases for Protection] ISBN: 9783258070247 Paperback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: German

Conservation and status of the Parti-coloured Bat (Vespertilio murinus) in Switzerland.

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Series: Bristol-Schriftenreihe Volume: 17
By: Kamran Safi
100 pages, colour illus
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