Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird

Krause ET, Krüger O, Kohlmeier P, Caspers B (2012)
Biology Letters 8(3): 327-329.

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2012
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Biology Letters
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327-329
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1744-9561
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Krause ET, Krüger O, Kohlmeier P, Caspers B. Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters. 2012;8(3):327-329.
Krause, E. T., Krüger, O., Kohlmeier, P., & Caspers, B. (2012). Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters, 8(3), 327-329. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2011.1093
Krause, E. T., Krüger, O., Kohlmeier, P., and Caspers, B. (2012). Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters 8, 327-329.
Krause, E.T., et al., 2012. Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters, 8(3), p 327-329.
E.T. Krause, et al., “Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird”, Biology Letters, vol. 8, 2012, pp. 327-329.
Krause, E.T., Krüger, O., Kohlmeier, P., Caspers, B.: Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters. 8, 327-329 (2012).
Krause, E. Tobias, Krüger, Oliver, Kohlmeier, Philip, and Caspers, Barbara. “Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird”. Biology Letters 8.3 (2012): 327-329.

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