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Article: Skeletal microstructure of helens, lateral spines of hyolithids

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 50
Part: 5
Publication Date: September 2007
Page(s): 1231 1243
Author(s): M. Martí Mus and J. Bergström
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MUS, M., BERGSTRÖM, J. 2007. Skeletal microstructure of helens, lateral spines of hyolithids. Palaeontology50, 5, 1231–1243.

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