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Studies on ecology of parasites of Pseudobagrus vachelli (Richardson) in the middle reaches of Jialing River drainages, China. 1. Parasitic myxosporidians in gall bladder


, : Studies on ecology of parasites of Pseudobagrus vachelli (Richardson) in the middle reaches of Jialing River drainages, China. 1. Parasitic myxosporidians in gall bladder. Journal of Southwest-China Teachers University Series B Natural Science, 163: 373-379


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