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Trepostome Bryozoans of China [Chinese]

By: Xiao Fengsheng(Author)
Trepostome Bryozoans of China [Chinese]
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  • Trepostome Bryozoans of China [Chinese] ISBN: 9787312033810 Paperback Dec 2014 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature

This is the first systematic summary of Chinese Trepostomata, an extinct order of bryozoans. Systematic classifications are determined, compared and discussed, and the latest international stratigraphic tables have been attached with precise stratigraphic information. The book is divided into seven chapters, the first six chapters introduce the biology of mosses, including a general introduction, a brief history, morphological structure, palaeontology, sheet production and stratigraphic distribution. These species of moss are now extinct, but have the same ecological characteristics as existing mosses, so ecological theory is used for reference and comparison. For 416 species, subspecies or varieties (including 3 new species) classification and descriptions are introduced. Classification and description of mutant species in high taxonomic groups of bryozoans are introduced, which belong to 57 genera, 13 subfamilies, 7 families and 3 subspecies. At the same time, a detailed characterization, comparison and discussion of genera is given.

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