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Freshwater prawns : biology and farming / edited by Michael Bernard New ... [et al.]. - 1st ed. p. cm.

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1. Shrimp culture. 2. Macrobrachium rosenbergii. I. New, Michael B., 1932- II. New, Michael B., 1932-Freshwater prawn culture SH380.6.F74 2010

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