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  • Pavlov, D.A., M. Yu Pichugin and K.A. Savvaitova0 Reproduction and development of the "frolikh char", Salvelinus alpinus erythrinus, and the problem of the diversified reproductive characteristics of Arctic chars. J. Ichthyol. 31(2):36-54. (Ref. 40997)
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  • Yevseyenko, S.A. and M.M. Nevinskiy0 On the development of the eggs and larvae of the yellow-tailed dab Limanda ferraginea Storer and their passive transport in the Northwestern Atlantic. J. Ichthyol. 21(5):65-74. (Ref. 41211)
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