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Fenestrate Bryozoa from the Moniello Formation Devonian in Arnao Asturias, Spain 1 Fenestellidae Briozoos Fenestrados de la Fromacion Moniello Devonico en el area de Arnao Asturias, Espana 1 Fenestellidae

, : Fenestrate Bryozoa from the Moniello Formation Devonian in Arnao Asturias, Spain 1 Fenestellidae Briozoos Fenestrados de la Fromacion Moniello Devonico en el area de Arnao Asturias, Espana 1 Fenestellidae. Revista Espanola de Paleontologia. Julio; 132: 187-196

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