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Behavioural responses of the yellow emitting annelid Tomopteris helgolandica to photic stimuli

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Bibliographic reference Gouveneaux, Anaïd ; Gielen, Marie-Charlotte ; Mallefet, Jérôme. Behavioural responses of the yellow emitting annelid Tomopteris helgolandica to photic stimuli. In: Luminescence, Vol. 33, no. 1, p. 1-10 (2018)
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