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From scampi to deepwater prawns developments in the North West Shelf deepwater trawl fishery From scampi to deepwater prawns developments in the North West Shelf deepwater trawl fishery






Australian Fisheries, 479: 34, 36-38

From scampi to deepwater prawns developments in the North West Shelf deepwater trawl fishery From scampi to deepwater prawns developments in the North West Shelf deepwater trawl fishery



Accession: 038265580



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