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Traveling Near and Far Just to Talk about Crustaceans - No Bones

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02 September 2014

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JUAN SEBASTIAN

Your experience is very inspirational for me. I started studying crustaceans some years ago and all days I find new things that surprise me. I hope some day to travel so that to know how other people work and study this fantastic animals. I'd glad if you can tell me about researchers in Germany or in the US working in crustaceans (I´m looking for apply to a master)

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