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Size matters: Stickleback size and infection with Argulus foliaceus (L., 1758) (Branchiura, Arguloida)


, : Size matters: Stickleback size and infection with Argulus foliaceus (L., 1758) (Branchiura, Arguloida). Crustaceana (Leiden) 80(11): 1397-1401


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DOI: 10.1163/156854007782605556


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