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Westward Extension of the Lionfish Pterois volitans Linnaeus, 1758 along the Mediterranean Coast of Turkey

Mehmet Gokoglu*, Serkan Teker, David Julian

DOI: 10.28978/nesciences.329313

Keywords

Lionfish, Pterois volitans, Westward Extension, Turkey

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