Return Rates and Long-Term Capture History of Amphibians in an Agricultural Landscape near Bonn (Germany)

M. Hachtel, D. Ortmann, A. Kupfer, U. Sander, P. Schmidt, K. Weddeling


amphibians; long-term study; return rates; minimum survival rates; minimum age; capture history; Rana dalmatina; R. temporaria; Triturus cristatus; Germany

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