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Article: Affinities of Miocene waterfowl (Anatidae: Manuherikia, Dunstanetta and Miotadorna) from the St Bathans Fauna, New Zealand

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 51
Part: 3
Publication Date: May 2008
Page(s): 677 708
Author(s): Trevor H. Worthy and Michael S. Y. Lee
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WORTHY, T. H., LEE, M. S. Y. 2008. Affinities of Miocene waterfowl (Anatidae: Manuherikia, Dunstanetta and Miotadorna) from the St Bathans Fauna, New Zealand. Palaeontology51, 3, 677–708.

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