List of aquatic animals and plants in southeast asia
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The List of Aquatic Animals and Plants in Southeast Asia was prepared by the Secretariat of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC). The Document is distributed to relevant agencies of the SEAFDEC Member Countries, and concerned institutions to serve as reference material in providing statistics inputs to the Fishery Statistics Bulletin of Southeast Asia as well as for other purposes.
SEAFDEC. 2014. List of Aquatic Animals and Plants in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Thailand. 80 pp.
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