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Is the Species Flock Concept Operational? The Antarctic Shelf Case

Bibliographic reference Lecointre, Guillaume ; Améziane, Nadia ; Boisselier, Marie-Catherine ; Bonillo, Céline ; Busson, Frédéric ; et. al. Is the Species Flock Concept Operational? The Antarctic Shelf Case. In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, no. 8, p. e68787 (2013)
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