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  • Tryjanowski, P., T. Sparks, J. Ptaszyk, J. Kosicki. 2004. Do White Storks always profit from an early return to their breeding grounds?. Bird Study, 51: 222-227.
  • Tryjanowski, P., T. Sparks, Z. Jakubiec, L. Jerzak, J. Kosicki, S. Kuzniak, P. Profus, J. Ptaszyk, A. Wuczynski. 2005. The relationship between population means and variances of reproductive success differs between local populations of white stork. The Society of Population Ecology and Springer-Verlag, 47: 119-125.
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  • 郑作新, 世界鸟类名称(拉丁文、汉文、英文对照),世界鸟类名称(拉丁文、汉文、英文对照), 1989.
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