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Biological Invasions

, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp 255–258 | Cite as

Invasion of the Caspian Sea by the Comb Jellyfish Mnemiopsis Leidyi (Ctenophora)

  • Vladimir P. Ivanov
  • Andrey M. Kamakin
  • Vladimir B. Ushivtzev
  • Tamara Shiganova
  • Olga Zhukova
  • Nikolay Aladin
  • Susan I Wilson
  • G. Richard Harbison
  • Henri J. Dumont
Article
caspian sea black sea ctenophore mnemiopsis aurelia beroe butterfish caspian seal invasions 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Vladimir P. Ivanov
  • Andrey M. Kamakin
  • Vladimir B. Ushivtzev
  • Tamara Shiganova
  • Olga Zhukova
  • Nikolay Aladin
  • Susan I Wilson
  • G. Richard Harbison
  • Henri J. Dumont

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