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Longitudinal patterns in fish communities in a Polish mountain river: their relations to abiotic and biotic factors ; Przebieg rozmieszczenia zespołów ryb w polskiej górskiej rzece a jego związki z abiotycznymi i biotycznymi czynnikami środowiska


Starmach, Janusz ; Fleituch, Tadeusz ; Amirowicz, Antoni ; Mazurkiewicz, Grażyna ; Jelonek, Marek


Institute of Freshwater Biology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

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