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Population genetic analysis of Arapaima gigas, one of the largest freshwater fishes of the Amazon basin : implications for its conservation

Population genetic analysis of Arapaima gigas, one of the largest freshwater fishes of the Amazon basin : implications for its conservation

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HRBEK, Tomas, Izeni P. FARIAS, Marcelo CROSSA, Iracilda SAMPAIO, Jorge I. R. PORTO, Axel MEYER, 2005. Population genetic analysis of Arapaima gigas, one of the largest freshwater fishes of the Amazon basin : implications for its conservation. In: Animal Conservation. 8(3), pp. 297-308. ISSN 1367-9430. eISSN 1469-1795. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S1367943005002210

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