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Temporal variation of Tubularia indivisa (Cnidaria, Tubulariidae) and associated epizoites on artificial habitat communities in the North Sea

Bibliographic reference Zintzen, Vincent ; Norro, Alain ; Massin, Claude ; Mallefet, Jérôme. Temporal variation of Tubularia indivisa (Cnidaria, Tubulariidae) and associated epizoites on artificial habitat communities in the North Sea. In: Marine Biology : international journal on life in oceans and coastal waters, Vol. 153, no. 3, p. 405-420 (2008)
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