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Article: The tangled core at the heart of the bryozoan suborder Phylloporinina

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 53
Part: 2
Publication Date: March 2010
Page(s): 441 456
Author(s): Frank K. McKinney and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson
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MCKINNEY, F. K., JACKSON, P. N. 2010. The tangled core at the heart of the bryozoan suborder Phylloporinina. Palaeontology53, 2, 441–456.

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