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Pratt OP, Beesley LS, Pusey BJ, Gwinn DC, Keogh CS and Douglas MM (2023) 'Brief floodplain inundation provides growth and survival benefits to a young-of-year fish in an intermittent river threatened by water development' Scientific Reports 13:17725, doi:10.1038/s41598-023-45000-x.
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