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Abludomelita obtusata (Montagu, 1813)

English: A benthic amphipod taken with Axiocam (Zeiss) camera mounted on a Zeiss Stemi C-2000 binocular microscope. The amphipod was sampled on the Belgian Continental Shelf in 1997.
Français : Amphipode benthique. Photo prise avec un appareil Axiocam (Zeiss) monté sur une loupe binoculaire Zeiss Stemi C-2000. Cet amphipode a été collecté en 1997 sur le plateau continental belge.
Date 3 August 2005
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