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In: Aliño, P.M., Miclat, E.F.B., Nañola, C.L. Jr., Roa-Quiaoit, H.A., Campos, R.T. (eds.). Atlas of Philippine Coral Reefs. Quezon City, Philippines: Goodwill Trading Co., Inc. (Goodwill Bookstore). pp. 83-85
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