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Smith, A. H. (1997). Studies on South American puffer fishes. Mar. Biol. 36: 44–69.
Smith, A. H., Yamada, K., Togashi, Y. (2007). Oceanic biodiversity. Sci. Res. 2: 553–557.
Musyl, M. K., Smith, P. J., Abe, T. (2001). Ability of archival tags to provide estimates of geographical position based on light intensity. In: H. Smith, D. Bauer, J. Hope (Eds.) Electronic Tagging and Tracking in Marine Fisheries. Kluwer Academic Publisher, Netherlands, p. 343–367.
Smith, A. H. (1966). Marine Ecology. Academic Press, New York.
Smith, P. J. (2017). http://www.peter.CSIRI.au. (accessed on 20 May 2019).
WoRMS (2022). Chelarctus Holthuis, 2002. https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=382. (accessed on 20 July 2022).
25 L, 10 mL, 50 ΚL, 10 m2, 20 m3, 22 m/s, 20 %, 25C
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