Distribution patterns and sexual segregation in chimaeras: implications for conservation and management

@inproceedings{Holt2013DistributionPA,
  title={Distribution patterns and sexual segregation in chimaeras: implications for conservation and management},
  author={Rebecca E Holt and Andrew Foggo and Francis Columba Neat and Kerry L. Howell},
  year={2013}
}
Rebecca E. Holt1*‡, Andrew Foggo1, Francis C. Neat2, and Kerry L. Howell1 Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre, School of Marine Science and Engineering, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA, UK Marine Laboratory, Marine Scotland – Science, Aberdeen AB11 9DB, UK *Corresponding Author: tel: +44 1752 584624; fax: +44 1752 232970; e-mail: Rebecca.holt@bio.uib.no Present address: University of Bergen, Department of Biology, PO Box 7803, N-5020, Bergen, Norway 
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