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The ruffe Gymnocephalus cernuus as the possible most important source of infection or reinfection with the swim bladder worm Anguillicola crassus for older eels in North-Rhine Westphalia Der Kaulbarsch Gymnocephalus cernuus als vermutlich wichtigste Infektions- bzw Reinfektionsquelle mit dem Schwimmblasenwurm Anguillicola crassus fur altere Aale in Nordrhein-Westfalen



The ruffe Gymnocephalus cernuus as the possible most important source of infection or reinfection with the swim bladder worm Anguillicola crassus for older eels in North-Rhine Westphalia Der Kaulbarsch Gymnocephalus cernuus als vermutlich wichtigste Infektions- bzw Reinfektionsquelle mit dem Schwimmblasenwurm Anguillicola crassus fur altere Aale in Nordrhein-Westfalen



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