Redescription of the type species for the genus [dagger]Notogeneus [i.e., Notogoneus] (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) based on new, well-preserved material
Publisher: Paleontological Society in Lawrence, KS
Written in English
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|Other titles||Redescription of the type species for the genus [dagger]Notogoneus (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) based on new, well-preserved material, Redescription of the type species for the genus Notogoneus (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) based on new, well-preserved material|
|Statement||Lance Grande and Terry Grande.|
|Series||Journal of paleontology -- v. 82, no. 5, suppl., Paleontological Society memoir -- 70, Memoir (Paleontological Society) -- 70|
|Contributions||Grande, Lance., Grande, Terry.|
|LC Classifications||QE852.G65 G73 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2009288044|
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Redescription of the type species for the genus [dagger]Notogeneus [i.e., Notogoneus] (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) based on new, well-preserved material by Lance Grande Download PDF EPUB FB2
Redescription of the type species for the genus [dagger]Notogeneus [i.e. of the type species for the genus [dagger]Notogeneus [i.e. Notogoneus] (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) based on new, well-preserved material. Lawrence, KS: Paleontological Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lance Grande; Terry Grande.
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