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Campyloderes macquariae Johnston, 1938 Kinorhyncha Cyclorhagida from the northern hemisphere


, : Campyloderes macquariae Johnston, 1938 Kinorhyncha Cyclorhagida from the northern hemisphere. Journal Nat Hist, 73: 341-354


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Accession: 038040214

DOI: 10.1080/00222937300770261

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