Comparison of the osmoregulatory capabilities among three amphibious sea snakes (Laticauda spp.) in Taiwan
Zoological Studies, October 2013
Yuan-Cheng Cheng, Ming-Chung Tu, Jyuan-Ru Tsai, Hui-Chen Lin, Li-Yih Lin
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