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Adrian-Kalchhauser, I., A. N'Guyen, P.E. Hirsch, and P. Burkhardt-Holm. 2017. The invasive round goby may attach its eggs to ships or boats – but there is no evidence. Aquatic Invasions 12(2):263-267. http://www.aquaticinvasions.net/2017/AI_2017_Adrian-Kalchhauser_etal.pdf.
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Reference Number: 30973
Type: Journal Article
Author: Adrian-Kalchhauser, I., A. N'Guyen, P.E. Hirsch, and P. Burkhardt-Holm
Date (year): 2017
Article Title:The invasive round goby may attach its eggs to ships or boats – but there is no evidence.
Journal Name: Aquatic Invasions
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 263-267
URL: http://www.aquaticinvasions.net/2017/AI_2017_Adrian-Kalchhauser_etal.pdf
Keywords: Round goby, Neogobius melanostomus, dispersal, pathway, shipping
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