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Fossilium Catalogus Animalia, Volume 140 [German] Catalogus Plagiaulacidorum cum Figuris (Multituberculata Suprajarassica et Subcretacea)

Series: Fossilium Catalogus Animalia Volume: 140
By: Gerhard Hahn(Author), Renate Hahn(Author), Wolfgang Riegraf(Editor)
348 pages, 292 b/w photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Backhuys
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Language: German

This volume updates our knowledge on the fossil suborder of Plagiaulacida, a group of extinct multituberculate mammals (referring to the multiple tubercles of their teeth). When Volume 127 was published 20 years earlier, only 3 families, 13 genera and 26 species were known. Research efforts have increased these numbers to 12 families, 44 genera and 57 species at the time of publication of this volume.

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Series: Fossilium Catalogus Animalia Volume: 140
By: Gerhard Hahn(Author), Renate Hahn(Author), Wolfgang Riegraf(Editor)
348 pages, 292 b/w photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Backhuys
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