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Hellenic Conches

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By: Thanasis Manousis(Author), Sophia Galinou-Mitsoudi(Contributor), Constantinos Kontadakis(Contributor), George Mpazios(Contributor), George Polyzoulis(Contributor)
607 pages, 559 plates with colour photos
Publisher: ConchBooks
Hellenic Conches
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This book covers the whole molluscan species diversity of the Easter Mediterranean, namely the Aegean and the Adriatic Sea, presenting 1344 extant and 2 fossil species belonging to 237 families. This overwhelming diversity includes all of the tiny and little species of the gastropods and bivalves, some of which have never been figured before.

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New
By: Thanasis Manousis(Author), Sophia Galinou-Mitsoudi(Contributor), Constantinos Kontadakis(Contributor), George Mpazios(Contributor), George Polyzoulis(Contributor)
607 pages, 559 plates with colour photos
Publisher: ConchBooks
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