DOI: 10.21608/eajbsz.2021.210043
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Abstract: The damage in wheat fields caused by the house sparrow, Passer domesticus niloticus Nicoll and Bonhote, 1909 was estimated around different distances of certain sites at Sharkia governorate. Results revealed that wheat fields nearby houses significantly showed the highest values of damage (24.41%); whereas, wheat fields around animal husbandries significantly recorded median values of damage (16.53%). The lowest value of loss in wheat (7.87%) was significantly investigated in fields lay around fruit orchards. … Show more

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