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SOME FEATURES OF BIOLOGY OF THE PROWFISH ZAPRORA SILENUS (ZAPRORIDAE) IN THE PACIFIC WATERS OF THE NORTHERN KURIL ISLANDS AND SOUTHEASTERN KAMCHATKA

@article{Tokranov1999SOMEFO,
  title={SOME FEATURES OF BIOLOGY OF THE PROWFISH ZAPRORA SILENUS (ZAPRORIDAE) IN THE PACIFIC WATERS OF THE NORTHERN KURIL ISLANDS AND SOUTHEASTERN KAMCHATKA},
  author={Alexei M. Tokranov},
  journal={Journal of Ichthyology},
  year={1999},
  volume={39},
  pages={475-478}
}
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