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Distribution and sequence of Paleozoic corals of the USSR


Distribution and sequence of Paleozoic corals of the USSR

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Iwanowski, Ab, 1993: Studies of Paleozoic corals in the USSR; a historic review. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg15 Dezember; 164: 17-19

Strel'nikov S.I.; Zhavoronkova R.A., 1972: New middle paleozoic tetraradiate corals of the urals ussr. Zanina, I E (Ed ) Novye Vidy Drevnikh Rastenii I Bespozvonochnykh Sssr (New Species Of Ancient Plants And Invertebrates Of The Ussr ) (In Russ ) 372p Illus Nauka: Moscow, Ussr 93-96

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