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De Schelpen van Schiermonnikoog, Deel 2: 40 Minder Algemene Soorten

Field / Identification Guide
By: TW De Boer
51 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Schelpenmuseum
De Schelpen van Schiermonnikoog, Deel 2: 40 Minder Algemene Soorten
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De Schelpen van Schiermonnikoog, Deel 2: 40 Minder Algemene Soorten

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Language: Dutch

This second volume is a photographic guide to the less commonly found shells on the beaches of Schiermonnikoog (wadden sea).

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Field / Identification Guide
By: TW De Boer
51 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Schelpenmuseum
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