Using thermal ecology to predict retreat-site selection by an endangered snake species

Elsevier Sci Ltd
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Biological Conservation, 1998, 86 (2), pp. 233 - 242
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Many ectotherms spend long periods in retreat-sites, where thermal conditions may strongly influence key physiological or behavioural processes (e.g. locomotion, digestion, growth rates etc). Species that rely upon specific thermal regimes may be restric
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