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A deepwater fish with ‘lightsabers’ – dorsal spine-associated luminescence in a counterilluminating lanternshark

Bibliographic reference Claes, Julien ; Dean, Mason N. ; Nilsson, Dan-Eric ; Hart, Nathan S. ; Mallefet, Jérôme. A deepwater fish with ‘lightsabers’ – dorsal spine-associated luminescence in a counterilluminating lanternshark. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 3, no.1308, p. 1-4 (2013)
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