Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies.

Reinhardt T, Steinfartz S, Paetzold A, Weitere M (2013)
Oecologia 173(1): 281-291.

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Reinhardt T, Steinfartz S, Paetzold A, Weitere M. Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies. Oecologia. 2013;173(1):281-291.
Reinhardt, T., Steinfartz, S., Paetzold, A., & Weitere, M. (2013). Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies. Oecologia, 173(1), 281-291. doi:10.1007/s00442-013-2592-0
Reinhardt, T., Steinfartz, S., Paetzold, A., and Weitere, M. (2013). Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies. Oecologia 173, 281-291.
Reinhardt, T., et al., 2013. Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies. Oecologia, 173(1), p 281-291.
T. Reinhardt, et al., “Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies.”, Oecologia, vol. 173, 2013, pp. 281-291.
Reinhardt, T., Steinfartz, S., Paetzold, A., Weitere, M.: Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies. Oecologia. 173, 281-291 (2013).
Reinhardt, T., Steinfartz, Sebastian, Paetzold, A., and Weitere, M. “Linking the evolution of habitat choice to ecosystem functioning: Direct and indirect effects of pond-resproducing fire salamanders on aquatic - terrestrial subsidies.”. Oecologia 173.1 (2013): 281-291.
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