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Shallow-water and not deep-sea as most plausible origin for cave-dwelling Paramisophria species (Copepoda: Calanoida: Arietellidae), with description of three new species from the Mediterranean bathyal hyperbenthos and littoral caves
Jaume, D.; Cartes, J.E.; Boxshall, G. (2000). Shallow-water and not deep-sea as most plausible origin for cave-dwelling Paramisophria species (Copepoda: Calanoida: Arietellidae), with description of three new species from the Mediterranean bathyal hyperbenthos and littoral caves. Contributions to Zoology 68(4): 205-244
In: Contributions to Zoology. SPB Academic Publishing: Amsterdam. ISSN 1383-4517
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