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An Illustrated Guide to Common Stream Diatom Species from Temperate Australia

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Series: CRCFE Identification Guide Volume: 33
By: Jason A Sonneman(Author), Adam Sincock(Author), Jennie Fluin(Author), Michael Reid(Author), Peter Newall(Author), John Tibby(Author), Peter Gell(Author), Peter Tyler(Foreword By)
166 pages, 139 b/w photos
An Illustrated Guide to Common Stream Diatom Species from Temperate Australia
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This common species key, a companion to the generic key, is designed to assist diatom specialists and other researchers in Australia to identify rapidly, to species level, the diatom frustules most commonly encountered in southern parts of the country.

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Identification Key
Series: CRCFE Identification Guide Volume: 33
By: Jason A Sonneman(Author), Adam Sincock(Author), Jennie Fluin(Author), Michael Reid(Author), Peter Newall(Author), John Tibby(Author), Peter Gell(Author), Peter Tyler(Foreword By)
166 pages, 139 b/w photos
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