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Nouvelles Epèces de Gastéropodes (Mollusca: Gastropoda) de l'Oligocène et du Miocène inférieur de l'Aquitaine (Sud-Ouest de la France). Partie 3. Cypraeidae et Ovulidae

By: L Dolin and P Lozouet
164 pages, 36 b/w plates, 27 figs
Publisher: Backhuys
Nouvelles Epèces de Gastéropodes (Mollusca: Gastropoda) de l'Oligocène et du Miocène inférieur de l'Aquitaine (Sud-Ouest de la France). Partie 3. Cypraeidae et Ovulidae
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Language: French

75 new species of cypraeidae and ovulidae are described from the Rupelian (Lower Oligocene of Aquitaine), the Chattian (Upper Oligocence of Aquitaine Basin), the Aquitanian and Burdigalian (Lower Miocene of Aquitaine), the Langhian/Serravallian (Middle Miocene of Touraine) and the Messinian (Uppermost Miocene of Anjou).

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By: L Dolin and P Lozouet
164 pages, 36 b/w plates, 27 figs
Publisher: Backhuys
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