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Title: Prey detection in a cruising copepod
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Biology Letters [1744-9561] Kjellerup, Sanne yr:2012 vol:8 iss:3 pg:438 -441

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Continues in part: Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological sciences [0962-8452]
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