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Descriptions of new species of fossil mollusca from the miocene limestone near Edithburg / (including notes by the late Professor Ralph Tate)
Bib ID 2081942
Format BookBook
Author
Basedow, Herbert, 1881-1933
 
Description [Adel. : Royal Society of South Australia, 1902] 
130-132p. : pl. ; 22cm. 
Notes

cover-title.

Reprinted from transactions of the Royal Society for South Australia, 1902.

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