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 Hodgson, T.V. (1910) Crustacea. IX. Isopoda. In: Harmer, S.F. (ed.) National Antarctic Expedition 1901–1904. Natural History. Vol. 5 (Zoology and Botany). London: British Museum (Natural History). Pp. 1–77. PDF is 6.3MB


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Reference ID 17084
Reference type booksection
Authors Hodgson, T.V.
Publication Year (for display) 1910
Publication Year (for sorting) 1910
Title Crustacea. IX. Isopoda
Secondary Title National Antarctic Expedition 1901–1904. Natural History
Secondary Authors Harmer, S.F.
Tertiary Title  
Tertiary Authors  
Volume 5 (Zoology and Botany)
Pages 1–77
Place published London
Published British Museum (Natural History)
Keywords isopoda
Reference Contributor Tag gpoore
Last Changed Wed Dec 5 10:57:42 2012

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