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Palaeontologia Sinica, Whole Number 188, New Series B, Number 32 [Chinese] Cretaceous Bivalves of the Region of Songhuajiang and Liaohe Revers in

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Series: Palaeontologia Sinica Volume: 188/B32
Edited By: Gu Zhiwei and Yu Jingshan
114 pages, 21 plates
Palaeontologia Sinica, Whole Number 188, New Series B, Number 32 [Chinese]
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  • Palaeontologia Sinica, Whole Number 188, New Series B, Number 32 [Chinese] ISBN: 9787030070630 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #103299
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Language: Chinese with English summary

Describes 23 genera and 65 species, among which 13 species are new to science.

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Out of Print
Series: Palaeontologia Sinica Volume: 188/B32
Edited By: Gu Zhiwei and Yu Jingshan
114 pages, 21 plates
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