The life cycle of Tisbe sp. (Copepoda, harpacticoida) under laboratory conditions
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Published by Instituto de Biologia Marítima in Lisboa .
Written in English


  • Tisbe -- Life cycles

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Edition Notes

Statementby Maria Helena Vilela.
SeriesNotas e estudos do Instituto de Biologia Marítima ;, no. 36
LC ClassificationsQH91.A1 L57 no. 36, QL444.C74 L57 no. 36
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p., [3] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4326799M
LC Control Number78367277

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