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Y. Wang, Lu, H., Zheng, J., Long, K., Shi, Y. H., Gu, Z. F., and Wang, A. M., Eight polymorphic microsatellite markers for the spotted babylon, Babylonia areolata (Buccinidae), vol. 10, pp. 3230-3235, 2011.
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