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Fishes of the Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge Collected During the MAR-ECO Cruise in June/July 2004

  title={Fishes of the Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge Collected During the MAR-ECO Cruise in June/July 2004},
  author={Filipe Mora Porteiro and Tracey T. Sutton and Franz Uiblein and M. Biscoito and Ingvar Byrkjedal and Charles F. Cotton and John Kenneth Galbraith and Tomio Iwamoto and Gui M. Menezes and Peter Rask M{\o}ller and Alexei M. Orlov and Otte Bjelland and Andrey V Dolgov and G. Gjelsvik and Mikko Heino and A. S. Hoeines and Nicola Jane King and Sven Klimpel and Kazuhiro Nakaya and Ricardo S. Santos and Tone Falkenhaug and Olav Rune Godoe and Odd Aksel Bergstad},
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