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The type species of the Ordovician trilobite genus Isotelus I. gigas Dekay, 1824

Author: David M Rudkin; Ronald P Tripp; Royal Ontario Museum.
Publisher: Toronto : Royal Ontario Museum, 1988.
Series: Life sciences contributions, 152.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David M Rudkin; Ronald P Tripp; Royal Ontario Museum.
ISBN: 088854345X 9780888543455
OCLC Number: 355696373
Description: [iv], [19] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. --
Series Title: Life sciences contributions, 152.
Responsibility: David M. Rudkin and Ronald P. Tripp.

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