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Catalog and Bibliography of the Fossil and Recent Stomatopoda

Bibliography
By: FR Schram and HG Muller
264 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Backhuys
Catalog and Bibliography of the Fossil and Recent Stomatopoda
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  • Catalog and Bibliography of the Fossil and Recent Stomatopoda ISBN: 9789057821448 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This expanded and updated version of Muller's original work looks at all species of living and fossil stomatopoda. Synonymies are provided which allow a determination of the respective species, and the bibliography encompasses all fields of stomatopod research, not just taxonomy.

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Bibliography
By: FR Schram and HG Muller
264 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Backhuys
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