Is non-invasive genetic population estimation via faeces sampling feasible for abundant mammals with low defecation rates? A pilot study on free ranging wild boar (Sus scrofa) in South-West Germany

Ebert C and Kolodziej K and Schikora TF and Schulz HK and Hohmann U (2009) Is non-invasive genetic population estimation via faeces sampling feasible for abundant mammals with low defecation rates? A pilot study on free ranging wild boar (Sus scrofa) in South-West Germany. ACTA SILVATICA ET LIGNARIA HUNGARICA: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL IN FOREST, WOOD AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, 5. pp. 167-177. ISSN 1786-691X

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agricultural sciences > forestry and wildlife management

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Nyugat-Magyarországi Egyetem

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Date Deposited: 2017. Mar. 23. 13:21
Last Modified: 2017. Mar. 23. 13:21
URI: http://publicatio.nyme.hu/id/eprint/1249

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