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Numbers, distribution and nest site characteristics of Jackdaw Corvus monedula in Slovenia and its conservation status

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Genetic structure and diversity of Polylepis australis (Rosaceae) tree populations from central Argentina: Implications for forest conservation

allow and D. A. B riscoe (2002): Introduction to conservation genetics. Cambridge, University Press. H amrick , J. L., J. O. G odt and S. L. S herman (1992): Factors influencing levels of genetic diversity in woody plant species. New Forests 6 : 95–124. H ensen , I. (2002): Impacts of anthropogenic activity on the vegetation of Polylepis woodlands in the region of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ecotropica 8 : 183–203. H euertz , M., J. F. H ausman , I. T svetkov , N. F rascaria -L acoste and X. V ekemans (2001): Assessment of genetic structure within

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Terrestrial Vertebrates of Post-Quarrying Sites in the Donbas Region of Ukraine

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Evaluating Global Biodiversity Hotspots – Very Rich and Even More Endangered

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Plant community analysis and effect of environmental factors on the diversity of woody species in the moist Afromontane forest of Wondo Genet, South Central Ethiopia

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Terrestrial Molluscs of the Tsyr-Pripyat Area in Volyn (Northern Ukraine): the First Findings of the Threatened Snail Vertigo Moulinsiana in Mainland Ukraine

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Spatial expansion pattern of black cherry Padus serotina Ehrh. in suburban zone of Białystok (NE Poland)

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Genetic structure and diversity in Juniperus communis populations in Saxony, Germany

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Acidophilous oak forests of the Wielkopolska region (West Poland) against the background of Central Europe

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