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Chelonians from the Ituzaingo Formation Mio-Pliocene, in Villa Urquiza, Entre Rios, Argentina Quelonios de la formacion Ituzaingo Mioceno superior-Plioceno, en Villa Urquiza, Entre Rios, Argentina


, : Chelonians from the Ituzaingo Formation Mio-Pliocene, in Villa Urquiza, Entre Rios, Argentina Quelonios de la formacion Ituzaingo Mioceno superior-Plioceno, en Villa Urquiza, Entre Rios, Argentina. Serie Correlacion Geologica, 14: 239-244


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