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Anderwald, P. et al. (2015): Influence of migratory ungulate management on competitive interactions with resident species in a protected area. Ecosphere 6: 228.

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Garin, I., Aldezabal, A., Herrero, J., García-Serrano, A. & Remón, J.L. (2008:) Diet selection of the alpine marmot (Marmota m. marmota L.) in the Pyrenees. Revue d’écologie – la Terre et la Vie 63: 383–390.

Marconi, L. (2009): Diet of the Alpine mountain hare (Lepus timidus varronis Miller 1901) in a subalpine ecosystem. MSc thesis, Université de Neuchâtel.

Slotta-Bachmayr, L., Loidl, B. & N. Winding (1995): Biologie und Ökologie des Alpenschneehasen in den Hohen Tauern. Projektbericht, Nationalparkinstitut des Hauses der Natur, Salzburg, Austria.

 

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Vandegehuchte, M.L. et al. (2017): Mammal-induced trophic cascades in invertebrate food webs are modulated by grazing intensity in subalpine grassland. Journal of Animal Ecology 86, 1434-1446.

Vandegehuchte, M.L. et al. (2018): Mammalian herbivores affect leafhoppers associated with specific plant functional types at different time scales. Functional Ecology 32, 545-555.

Wang X. et al. (2018): Progressively excluding mammalian herbivores of different body size affect community and trait structure of carabid beetles. Oikos 127, 1515-1525

 

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Vandegehuchte, M.L. et al. (2017): Aboveground mammal and invertebrate exclusions cause consistant changes in soil food webs of two subalpine grassland types, but mechanisms are system-specific. Oikos 126: 212–223.

 

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Sànchez-Bayo, F. & Wyckhuys, K.A.G. (2019): Worldwide decline oft the entomofauna: A review of its drivers. Biological Conservation 232: 8-27.

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Smith, F.A. et al. (2010): The evolution of maximum body size of terrestrial mammals. Science 330: 1216-1219.

Smith, F.A. et al. (2018): Body size downgrading of mammals over the late Quaternary. Science 360: 310-313.