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Iso-luminance counterillumination drove bioluminescent shark radiation

Bibliographic reference Claes, Julien ; Nilsson, Dan-Eric ; Straube, Nicolas ; Collin, Shaun ; Mallefet, Jérôme. Iso-luminance counterillumination drove bioluminescent shark radiation. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 4, no.4328, p. 1-7 (10/03/2014)
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