Status of grouper research in the Philippines
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Marte, C. (1998). Status of grouper research in the Philippines. In M. A. Rimmer, K. C. Williams, & M. J. Philipps (Eds.), Proceedings of the Grouper Aquaculture Research Workshop, 7-8 April 1998, Bangkok, Thailand (pp. 82-86). Canberra, Australia: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.
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