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Contribution a la connaissance de la nourriture de Trachurus mediterraneus (Steind.) et de son influence sur les chaines alimentaires de la mer Egee centrale


, : Contribution a la connaissance de la nourriture de Trachurus mediterraneus (Steind.) et de son influence sur les chaines alimentaires de la mer Egee centrale. Rapports et Proces Verbaux des Reunions Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranee Monaco 35(2): 452-453


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