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Reef fishes have higher parasite richness at unfished Palmyra Atoll compared to fished Kiritimati Island.

Released: 2008
Citation:
Lafferty, K. D., J. C. Shaw, and A. M. Kuris. 2008. Reef fishes have higher parasite richness at unfished Palmyra Atoll compared to fished Kiritimati Island. EcoHealth 5:338-345.


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Palmyra Atoll Research Consortium

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