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Glycymeris Glycymeris insubrica Brocchi, 1814 in sea waters in front of Romagna coast Glycymeris Glycymeris insubrica Brocchi, 1814 nelle acque antistanti la costa Romagnola Mollusca Bivalvia Glycymerididae

, : Glycymeris Glycymeris insubrica Brocchi, 1814 in sea waters in front of Romagna coast Glycymeris Glycymeris insubrica Brocchi, 1814 nelle acque antistanti la costa Romagnola Mollusca Bivalvia Glycymerididae. Quaderno di Studi e Notizie di Storia Naturale della Romagna. febbraio; 16: 15-20

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