Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects

Peters L, Traunspurger W (2012)
Aquatic Sciences 74(2): 229-240.

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Peters L, Traunspurger W. Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects. Aquatic Sciences. 2012;74(2):229-240.
Peters, L., & Traunspurger, W. (2012). Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects. Aquatic Sciences, 74(2), 229-240. doi:10.1007/s00027-011-0214-7
Peters, L., and Traunspurger, W. (2012). Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects. Aquatic Sciences 74, 229-240.
Peters, L., & Traunspurger, W., 2012. Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects. Aquatic Sciences, 74(2), p 229-240.
L. Peters and W. Traunspurger, “Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects”, Aquatic Sciences, vol. 74, 2012, pp. 229-240.
Peters, L., Traunspurger, W.: Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects. Aquatic Sciences. 74, 229-240 (2012).
Peters, Lars, and Traunspurger, Walter. “Temporal patterns in macrograzer effects on epilithic algae and meiofauna: a comparative approach to test for single species and whole grazer community effects”. Aquatic Sciences 74.2 (2012): 229-240.