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The fisheries of Lake Victoria: Review of basic data







Gréboval D. and P. Mannini, 'The fisheries of Lake Victoria:1992 Review of basic data'. UNDP/FAO Regional Project for InlandFisheries Planning (IFIP), RAF/87/099-WP/16/92 (En): 45p.


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