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Article: Late Cambrian plectronocerid nautiloids and their role in cephalopod evolution

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 50
Part: 6
Publication Date: November 2007
Page(s): 1327 1333
Author(s): Harry Mutvei, Yun-Bai Zhang and Elena Dunca
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MUTVEI, H., ZHANG, Y., DUNCA, E. 2007. Late Cambrian plectronocerid nautiloids and their role in cephalopod evolution. Palaeontology50, 6, 1327–1333.

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