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High-quality wool and hair fibres. Some special animal fibres



High-quality wool and hair fibres. Some special animal fibres



Industrie Textile (1122): 423-426



Work on extra-fine Merino wool, cashmere, mohair, camel hair, and fibres of the alpaca, llama, guanaco and vicuna is reviewed.

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