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2000% Increase in Knowledge of Seafloor Mollusc Biodiversity

News   Oct 17, 2017 | Original Story from Pensoft Publishers

 
2000% Increase in Knowledge of Seafloor Mollusc Biodiversity

These are the 21 mollusc species newly described thanks to the latest DNA-taxonomy methodology. Credit: Adrian Glover, Thomas Dahlgren, Helena Wiklund CC-BY 4.0

 
 
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