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Article: Schizopterid bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera) in mid-Cretaceous ambers from France and Myanmar (Burma)

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 50
Part: 6
Publication Date: November 2007
Page(s): 1367 1374
Author(s): Vincent Perrichot, André Nel and Didier Néraudeau
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PERRICHOT, V., NEL, A., NÉRAUDEAU, D. 2007. Schizopterid bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera) in mid-Cretaceous ambers from France and Myanmar (Burma). Palaeontology50, 6, 1367–1374.

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