Biology and exploitation of the barb species flock of Lake Tana.

F.A. Sibbing

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingAbstractAcademic

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationAbstract PARADIS Conference on African Fishes and Fisheries, Diversity and Utilisation, Grahamstown,, South-Africa
Pages331
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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Sibbing, F. A. (1998). Biology and exploitation of the barb species flock of Lake Tana. In Abstract PARADIS Conference on African Fishes and Fisheries, Diversity and Utilisation, Grahamstown,, South-Africa (pp. 331)
Sibbing, F.A. / Biology and exploitation of the barb species flock of Lake Tana. Abstract PARADIS Conference on African Fishes and Fisheries, Diversity and Utilisation, Grahamstown,, South-Africa. 1998. pp. 331
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