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Fisheries on the hunt for Mandurah 'Asian paddle crab pests' over summer

The Age Saturday, 11 November 2017 ()
"So far, the Asian paddle crab has not established in the wild anywhere in Australia and, by staying alert, recreational fishers can help prevent it becoming a marine pest here in WA."
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