Chemical ecology of the nudibranch Glossodoris pallida: Is the location of diet-derived metabolites important for defense?

@article{vila1997ChemicalEO,
  title={Chemical ecology of the nudibranch Glossodoris pallida: Is the location of diet-derived metabolites important for defense?},
  author={C. {\'A}vila and V. Paul},
  journal={Marine Ecology Progress Series},
  year={1997},
  volume={150},
  pages={171-180}
}
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