The population biology of Emerita brasiliensis (Decapoda: Hippidae) weekly sampling from October through March at Praia d. Brazil (22?57’S. The population biology of Emerita brasiliensis (Dccapoda: Hippidae) was studied by means of bi- weekly sampling from October through March at. The population biology of Emerita brasiliensis (Dccapoda: Hippidae) was studied by means of biweekly sampling from October through March at.
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