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Effects of large‐scale heathland management on thermal regimes and predation on adders Vipera berus

(1) cleared areas lack both the temperature variation adders need to thermoregulate effectively and suitable refuges from dangerously high summer temperatures, and (2) attacks by dogs and trampling by grazing livestock are significantly more frequent in cleared areas and closer to footpaths. Leer más.

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