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Les Poissons Fossiles du Bas-Congo et des Régions Voisines, Troisième Partie [The Fossil Fishes of Bas-Congo and the Neighboring Regions, Third Part]

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By: Edmond Dartevelle(Author), Edgar Casier(Author)
329 pages, 17 plates with b/w photos; 22 b/w illustrations
Les Poissons Fossiles du Bas-Congo et des Régions Voisines, Troisième Partie [The Fossil Fishes of Bas-Congo and the Neighboring Regions, Third Part]
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Language: French

This volume contains a systematic description of the palaeoichthyological fauna of Bas-Congo and neighbouring regions. Fascicle 3 (pages 257-568, with plates 23-39) contains additions to the earlier fascicles and contains a chapter dealing with the superorder Euselachii. Also included is an alphabetical index for the whole volume, as well as legends for all 39 plates.

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Monograph
By: Edmond Dartevelle(Author), Edgar Casier(Author)
329 pages, 17 plates with b/w photos; 22 b/w illustrations
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