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Intraspecific Morphological Variation in Free-Living Stages of Strongyloides Papillosus (Nematoda, Strongyloididae) Parasitizing Various Mammal Species

Russian]. Eberhardt, A. G., Mayer, W. E., Bonfoh, B., Streit, A. 2008. The Strongyloides (Nematoda) of sheep and the predominant Strongyloides of cattle form at least two different, genetically isolated populations. Veterinary Parasitology , 157 , 89–99. Eysker, M., Bakker, N., Kooyman, F. N. J., Ploeger, H. W. 2005. The possibilities and limitations of evasive grazing as a control measure for parasitic gastroenteritis in small ruminants in temperate climates. Veterinary Parasitology , 129 , 95–104. Gugosyan, Y. A., Boyko, O. O., Brygadyrenko

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Ophioglossaceae (Psilotopsida) in Ukraine

. Alterpress, Kyiv (in Ukrainian). A ustrheim G. & O lsson G. 1999. How does continuity in grassland management after ploughing affect plant community patterns? Plant Ecol 145: 59-74. doi: 10.1023/A:1009804509239 B arbarych A I 1955. Flora and vegetation of the Polissiya of Ukraine – descriptions about nature and agriculture of Ukrainian Polissiya. 269-321 pp. Published by Kyiv University, Kyiv (in Russian). B elgard O. L. 1938. Ravine forests alongside the Samara River. Collection of the scientific works of biology department of Dnipropetrovsk State

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Cainism, nestling management in Germany in 2004-2007 and satellite tracking of juveniles in the Lesser Spotted Eagle (Aquila pomarina)

a: Sibbling aggression and mortality among nestling eagles. Ibis 116: 224-228. Meyburg B-U 1974b: Zur Brutbiologie und taxonomischen Stellung des Schreiadlers. Falke 21: 126-134, 166-171. Meyburg B-U 1975: Protective management of eagles by reduction of nestling mortality, 387-391. In: Chancellor RD (ed): World Conference on Birds of Prey. Report of Proceedings. ICBP, London, 442. Meyburg B-U 1978a: Sibling aggression and cross-fostering of eagles, 195-200. In: Temple SA (ed): Endangered

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Agricultural utilisation and potential suitability of the Sysľovské polia Special Protection Area (south-western Slovakia) landscape in relation to the habitat requirements of the red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus)

Agriculture 17(4): 998–1012. DOI: FAOSTAT 2007: FAO Statistical database. Food and agricultural organization, Rome, Italy, PAGES??? Fehérvári P, Solt S, Palatitz P, Barna K, Ágoston A, Gergely J & Harnos A 2012: Allocating active conservation measures using species distribution models: a case study of red-footed falcon breeding site management in the Carpathian Basin. Animal Conservation 15(6): 648–657. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-1795.2012.00559.x Flohre A, Fischer C, Aavik T, Bengtsson J, Berendse F, Bommarco R, Ceryngier P

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Distribution, abundance, breeding parameters, threats and prey preferences of the eastern imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca) in European Turkey

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Common wintering of black kites (Milvus migrans migrans) in Greece, and new data on their wintering elsewhere in Europe

, Gatzogiannis St. 2010: Landscape and biodiversity in Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli Forest National Park; 103–114. In: Catsadorakis G & Källander H (eds), The Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli National Park, Greece: biodiversity, management and conservation. WWF Greece, Athens, 114. Sarà M 2003: The colonization of Sicily by the black kite (Milvus migrans). Journal of Raptor Research 37: 167–172. Save the flyers 2017: LIFE Save the flyers. Measures for conservation of Chiroptera and Avifauna in Central Italy. Retrieved March 30, 2017, from . Sergio F

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Conservation measures undertaken to improve the population status of eastern imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca) in Bulgaria

- razprostranenie, biologiya, ekologiya, chislenost i merki za opazvane [Eastern imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca heliaca Savigny, 1 809) (Accipitridae - Aves) in Bulgaria - distribution, biology, ecology, numbers, and conservation measures]. Synopsis of the PhD. thesis. BASNMNH, Sofia, 39. [In Bulgarian] Demerdzhiev D 2014a: Factors influencing bird mortality caused by power lines within Special Protected Areas and undertaken conservation efforts. Acta zoologica Bulgarica Supplementum 5: in print. Demerdzhiev D 2014b: Conservation status and

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Factors influencing the movements during the breeding season of a female booted eagle (Aquila pennata) tagged by satellite in central Catalonia (Spain)

-2002. Catalan Institute of Ornithology (ICO)/Lynx Edicions, Barcelona, 638. Liechti F 2006: Birds: blowin’ by the wind? Journal of Ornithology 147: 202-211. DOI: 10.1007/s10336-006-0061-9 López-López P, García-Ripollés C & Urios V 2014: Food predictability determines space use of endangered vultures: implications for management of supplementary feeding. Ecological Applications 24: 938-949. DOI: 10.1890/13-2000.1 López-López P, De la Puente J, Mellone U, Bermejo A & Urios V 2016: Spatial ecology and habitat use of adult booted

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The saker falcon (Falco cherrug) population, diet and nest boxes in Slovakia: LIFE-project report 2011–2014

References Ambros M 2008: Stav poznania rozšírenia sysla pasienkového (Spermophilus citellus) na Slovensku v rokoch 1 996 až 2008 [Current knowledge on the distribution of the European ground squirrel (Spermophillus cittelus) in Slovakia in 1 996-2008]. Lynx (Praha) 39: 21 9-233. Antal M 201 0: Policy measures to address bird interactions with power lines - a comparative case study of four countries. Ostrich 81 : 21 7-223. DOI: 1 0.2989/00306525.201 0.51 7921 Bagyura G, Haraszthy L & Szitta T 1 994: Feeding

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Trend in an isolated population of the red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus) at the edge of its breeding range (south-western Slovakia)

–401. Ferguson-Lees J & Christie DA 2001: Raptors of the world. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 320. Fehérvári P, Harnos A, Solt S & Palatitz P 2009: Modelling habitat selection of the red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus): A possible explanation of recent changes in breeding range within Hungary. Applied Ecology and Environment 7(1): 59–69. Fehérvári P, Solt S, Palatitz P, Barna K, Ágoston A, Gergely J, Nagy A, Nagy K & Hamos A 2012: Allocating active conservation measures using species distribution models: A case study of red-footed falcon breeding site

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