Broodstock transplantation: An approach for stock enhancement of the 'kapis' shell Placuna placenta along Panay Gulf, central Philippines
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Suggested CitationMadrones-Ladja, J. A., Aldon, E. T., & Baliao, D. D. (2012). Broodstock transplantation: An approach for stock enhancement of the 'kapis' shell Placuna placenta along Panay Gulf, central Philippines.
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