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SBF Volume 33: Ctenostome Bryozoans

Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist Identification Key
By: Peter Joseph Hayward(Author), RSK Barnes(Editor), Doris M Kermack(Editor)
169 pages, 53 b/w line drawings
SBF Volume 33: Ctenostome Bryozoans
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  • SBF Volume 33: Ctenostome Bryozoans ISBN: 9789004074712 Paperback Dec 1985 In stock
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Ctenostome Bryozoans is the third in the series of four synopsis devoted to the Bryozoa. oa. As in the previous ones, Synopses Nos 10 and 14 describing the anascans and ascophorans, Ctenostome Bryozoans is complete in itself and includes sections devoted to general bryozoan structure, the classification of the Bryozoa and a key to the higher taxa.

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Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist Identification Key
By: Peter Joseph Hayward(Author), RSK Barnes(Editor), Doris M Kermack(Editor)
169 pages, 53 b/w line drawings
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