Diversity and distribution of hyperiid amphipods along a latitudinal transect in the Atlantic Ocean

@article{Burridge2017DiversityAD,
  title={Diversity and distribution of hyperiid amphipods along a latitudinal transect in the Atlantic Ocean},
  author={Alice K Burridge and Alice K Burridge and Marloes Tump and Ronald Vonk and Ronald Vonk and Erica Goetze and Katja T.C.A. Peijnenburg and Katja T.C.A. Peijnenburg},
  journal={Progress in Oceanography},
  year={2017},
  volume={158},
  pages={224-235}
}

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