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The integumental pore signature of Thermocyclops oblongatus (Sars, 1927) and Thermocyclops neglectus (Sars, 1909), with the description of Thermocyclops africae new species, and a comparison with Thermocyclops emini (Mrazek, 1895).

(2001) HYDROBIOLOGIA. 458. p.201-220
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Baribwegure, Deo, C THIRION, and Henri Dumont. 2001. “The Integumental Pore Signature of Thermocyclops Oblongatus (Sars, 1927) and Thermocyclops Neglectus (Sars, 1909), with the Description of Thermocyclops Africae New Species, and a Comparison with Thermocyclops Emini (Mrazek, 1895).” Hydrobiologia 458: 201–220.
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Baribwegure, D., THIRION, C., & Dumont, H. (2001). The integumental pore signature of Thermocyclops oblongatus (Sars, 1927) and Thermocyclops neglectus (Sars, 1909), with the description of Thermocyclops africae new species, and a comparison with Thermocyclops emini (Mrazek, 1895). HYDROBIOLOGIA, 458, 201–220.
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Baribwegure D, THIRION C, Dumont H. The integumental pore signature of Thermocyclops oblongatus (Sars, 1927) and Thermocyclops neglectus (Sars, 1909), with the description of Thermocyclops africae new species, and a comparison with Thermocyclops emini (Mrazek, 1895). HYDROBIOLOGIA. 2001;458:201–20.
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Baribwegure, Deo, C THIRION, and Henri Dumont. “The Integumental Pore Signature of Thermocyclops Oblongatus (Sars, 1927) and Thermocyclops Neglectus (Sars, 1909), with the Description of Thermocyclops Africae New Species, and a Comparison with Thermocyclops Emini (Mrazek, 1895).” HYDROBIOLOGIA 458 (2001): 201–220. Print.
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  issn         = {0018-8158},
  journal      = {HYDROBIOLOGIA},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {201--220},
  title        = {The integumental pore signature of Thermocyclops oblongatus (Sars, 1927) and Thermocyclops neglectus (Sars, 1909), with the description of Thermocyclops africae new species, and a comparison with Thermocyclops emini (Mrazek, 1895).},
  volume       = {458},
  year         = {2001},
}

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