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Sizes, condition factors and sex ratios of the scattered populations of the small cichlid fish, Alcolapia grahami, that inhabits the lagoons and sites of Lake Magadi (Kenya), one of the most extreme…

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Sizes, condition factors and sex ratios of the scattered populations of the small cichlid fish, Alcolapia grahami, that inhabits the lagoons and sites of Lake Magadi (Kenya), one of the most extreme aquatic habitat on Earth
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Environmental Biology of Fishes, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10641-019-00905-3
Authors

John N. Maina, Geraldine D. Kavembe, Michael B. Papah, Reatlegile Mashiteng, Chris M. Wood, Adalto Bianchini, Lucas F. Bianchini, Harold L. Bergman, Ora E. Johannsson, Piere Laurent, Claudine Chevalier, Rodi O. Ojoo

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