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 De Angeli, A. and A. Lovato (2011) Dynamenella miettoi n. sp., nuovo isopode (Crustacea, Flabellifera, Sphaeromatidae) dell’Eocene del Veneto (Vicenza, Italia settentrionale). Lavori Società Veneziana di Scienze Naturali 36: 111–118. PDF is 4.9MB


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Reference ID 31742
Reference type journalarticle
Authors De Angeli, A.
Lovato, A.
Publication Year (for display) 2011
Publication Year (for sorting) 2011
Title _Dynamenella miettoi_ n. sp., nuovo isopode (Crustacea, Flabellifera, Sphaeromatidae) dell’Eocene del Veneto (Vicenza, Italia settentrionale)
Secondary Title Lavori Società Veneziana di Scienze Naturali
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Volume 36
Pages 111–118
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Reference Contributor Tag atolla
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