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" The contributions of local heating and reducing exposed surface area to the energetic benefits of huddling by Short-tailed Field Voles. "
Doubly Labelled Water: Theory and Practice - Page 360
by J. Speakman - 1997 - 400 pages
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Living in Groups

Jens Krause, Professor of Fish Biology and Ecology Jens Krause, Graeme D. Ruxton, Graeme Ruxton - Nature - 2002 - 210 pages
...invisible displacement. Developmental Science. 4. 84-93. Hayes. JP. Speakman. JR. and Racey. PA t1992i. The contributions of local heating and reducing exposed...benefits of huddling by Short-tailed Field Voles. Physiological Zoology. 65. 742-62. Hector. DP t1986i. Cooperative hunting and its relationship to foraging...
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Wildlife Review, Issue 232

Natural history - 1992
...C/ethrionomys g/areo/us and M/crotuj agrestii. 92 -009666 Hayes, lack P .; )ohn R. Speakman and Paul A. Racey. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF LOCAL HEATING AND REDUCING EXPOSED...OF HUDDLING BY SHORT-TAILED FIELD VOLES (MICROTUS ACRESTI5). Physiol. Zool. 65(4):742-762. 1992. WR 232 (Dep. Appl. EcoL, EG&G Energy Measurements, PO...
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