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Ostéologie des Genres Marcusenius Gill, Hippopotamyrus Pappenheim, Cyphomyrus Myers, Pollimyrus Taverne et Brienomyrus Taverne (Pisces Mormyriformes)

Monograph
By: Louis Taverne(Author)
150 pages, 3 plates with b/w photos; 80 b/w line drawings
Ostéologie des Genres Marcusenius Gill, Hippopotamyrus Pappenheim, Cyphomyrus Myers, Pollimyrus Taverne et Brienomyrus Taverne (Pisces Mormyriformes)
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Language: French

This monograph presents an osteological study of the skeletons in the fish collection of the Royal Museum for Central Africa. The study encompasses the order Mormyriformes, genera Marcusenius, Hippopotamyrus, Cyphomyrus, Pollimyrus, and Brienomyrus.

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Monograph
By: Louis Taverne(Author)
150 pages, 3 plates with b/w photos; 80 b/w line drawings
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