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Trends in prevalence of bitter crab disease caused by Hematodinium sp in snow crab throughout the Newfoundland and Labrador continental shelf



Trends in prevalence of bitter crab disease caused by Hematodinium sp in snow crab throughout the Newfoundland and Labrador continental shelf



Paul, A J , Reprint Author, Dawe, Earl G, Elner, Robert, Jamieson, Glen S, Kruse, Gordon H, Otto, Robert S, Sainte-Marie, Bernard, Shirley, Thomas C, Woodby, Douglas Crabs in cold water regions: Biology, management, and economics: 385-400




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