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  • Ricklefs, R., F. Hainswor. 1968. Temperature dependent behavior of Cactus Wren. Ecology, 49: 277-278.
  • Simons, L., L. Simons. 1990. Experimental studies of nest-destroying behavior by Cactus Wren. Condor, 92: 855-860.
  • Simons, L., T. Martin. 1990. Food limitation of avian reproduction: an experiment with the Cactus Wren. Ecology, 71: 869-876.
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