El conejo europeo como ingeniero del paisaje en la alta montaña canaria

  1. Jonay Jesús Cubas Díaz
  2. José Luis Martín Esquivel
  3. Marcelino J. del Arco Aguilar
  4. Juana María González Mancebo
Journal:
Conservación vegetal

ISSN: 1137-9952

Year of publication: 2017

Issue: 21

Pages: 14-17

Type: Article

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