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Movement and stock structure of narrow-barred Spanish mackerel as indicated by parasites

Movement and stock structure of narrow-barred Spanish mackerel as indicated by parasites

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LESTER, Robert John G., C. THOMPSON, Helen GUNTER, S. C. BARKER, 2001. Movement and stock structure of narrow-barred Spanish mackerel as indicated by parasites. In: Journal of Fish Biology. 59(4), pp. 833-842. ISSN 0022-1112

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