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The distribution of lugworms (Arenicola marina L.) over the flats at Whitstable



The distribution of lugworms (Arenicola marina L.) over the flats at Whitstable



Journal of the Marine Biological Association of Plymouth : 283: 627-634




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DOI: 10.1017/s0025315400023444


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