Alien rose-ringed parakeets (Psittacula krameri) attack black rats (Rattus rattus) sometimes resulting in death

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Hernández-Brito, Dailos; Luna, Álvaro; Carrete, Martina; Tella, José Luis;
(2014)

The rose-ring parakeet (Psittacula krameri) is one of the most successful invasive birds in its establishment worldwide. Studies addressing its potential impact on native biota mostly focus on birds and little is known about how these and other parakeet species interact... View more
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