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Photon hunting in the twilight zone: visual features of mesopelagic bioluminescent sharks.

Bibliographic reference Claes, Julien ; Partridge, Julian C. ; Hart, Nathan S. ; Garza-Gisholt, Eduardo ; Ho, Hsuan-Ching ; et. al. Photon hunting in the twilight zone: visual features of mesopelagic bioluminescent sharks.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 9, no.8, p. e104213 (06/08/2014)
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