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- Three-Week vs 4-Week Nestling Periods in Picoides and Other Woodpeckers
- Lawrence Kilham
- The Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 91, No. 2 (Jun., 1979), pp. 335-338
- Subjects: Zoology, Biological Sciences, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
- Key terms: woodpecker, nestling, hairy, picoides, downy, sapsucker, nesting, species, pileated, hadow, period, predator, villosus, connor, genus, decaying, living, defend, adaptation, relatively, discussing, table, secure, build, problem
- CiteRank: 0.5411
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