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  • Guglielmo, L. and G. Costanzo, 1978. Diagnostic value of the thelycum in euphausiids. II. Oceanic species. Genus [i]Euphausia[/i] Dana, 1852. Archivio di Oceanografia e Limnologia 19: 143-155.[/p]
  • Mauchline, J. and L. R. Fisher, 1969. The biology of euphausiids. Advances in Marine Biology 7: 1-454.[/p]
  • Mauchline, J., 1980. The biology of mysids and euphausiids. Advances in Marine Biology 18: 1-681.[/p]
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