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Field identification guide to the living marine resources of Myanmar













​Psomadakis, P.N., Thein, H., Russell, B.C. and Tun, M. 2019. Field identification guide to the living marine resources of Myanmar. FAO Species Identification Guide for Fishery Purposes. Rome, FAO and MOALI.



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