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a full name, further as abbreviated. Other
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abbreviations must be explained for the first time
in text. When referring for more papers at the
same site, alignment is by the year and then by
the alphabet (e.g. Matoušek 1963, Karaska 1995,
Danko et al. 2002, Demko 2002, Kerestúr &
Examples of references:
article from a journal]
Brandl R., Krištín A. & Leisler B. 1994:
Dietary niche breadth in a local community of
passerine birds: an analysis using phylogenetic
contrasts. — Oecologia 98: 109–116.
Kloubec B. 1992: Metody zjišťování výskytu kulíška
L.). — Tichodroma 4: 43–52.
Matoušek B. 1963: Faunistický prehľad slovenského
vtáctva III. — Acta Rerum
Naturalium Musei Nationalis Slovaci
Bratislava 9: 68–139.
Ferianc O. 1979: Vtáky Slovenska 2. — Veda,
chapter from a book]
Demko M. 2002: Prepelica poľná (Coturnix coturnix
Pp.: 227–229. In: Danko Š., Darolová A. &
Krištín A. (eds.): Rozšírenie vtákov na Slovensku.
article from a proceedings]
Karaska D. 1995: Vtáctvo rieky Oravy. — Pp.:
57–68. In: Belanský P. & Removčíková O.
(eds.): Rieka Orava a jej prírodné hodnoty. OÚ ŽP
a SZOPK, Dolný Kubín.
BirdLife International 2020: Species factsheet: Cygnus
. — http://www.birdlife.org. Accessed
1 January 2020.
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