A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany)

Traunspurger W (1992)
Spixiana 15(3): 233-238.

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Erscheinungsjahr
1992
Zeitschriftentitel
Spixiana
Band
15
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
233-238
ISSN
0341-8391
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1868371

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Traunspurger W. A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany). Spixiana . 1992;15(3):233-238.
Traunspurger, W. (1992). A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany). Spixiana , 15(3), 233-238.
Traunspurger, W. (1992). A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany). Spixiana 15, 233-238.
Traunspurger, W., 1992. A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany). Spixiana , 15(3), p 233-238.
W. Traunspurger, “A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany)”, Spixiana , vol. 15, 1992, pp. 233-238.
Traunspurger, W.: A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany). Spixiana . 15, 233-238 (1992).
Traunspurger, Walter. “A study of the free-living freshwater nematodes of hard substrates in the littoral of the oligotrophic Königssee (National Park Berchtesgaden, F.R.Germany)”. Spixiana 15.3 (1992): 233-238.

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