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Invasion history and distribution of the semi-terrestrial invasive amphipod Orchestia cavimana in the Estonian coastal sea
Herkül, K.; Kotta, J.; Kotta, I. (2006). Invasion history and distribution of the semi-terrestrial invasive amphipod Orchestia cavimana in the Estonian coastal sea, in: Ojaveer, H. et al. (Ed.) Alien invasive species in the north-eastern Baltic Sea: population dynamics and ecological impacts. Estonian Marine Institute Report Series, 14: pp. 23-30
In: Ojaveer, H.; Kotta, J. (Ed.) (2006). Alien invasive species in the north-eastern Baltic Sea: population dynamics and ecological impacts. Estonian Marine Institute Report Series, 14. Estonian Marine Institute: Tallinn. ISBN 9985-4-0472-6. 64 pp., more
In: Estonian Marine Institute Report Series. Estonian Marine Institute Library: Tallinn. ISSN 1406-023X

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