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Article: A new cardiid bivalve from the Pliocene Baklan Basin (Turkey) and the origin of modern Ponto-Caspian taxa

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 53
Part: 4
Publication Date: July 2010
Page(s): 711 719
Author(s): <p>Frank P. Wesselingh and H&uuml;lya Al&ccedil;i&ccedil;ek</p>
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WESSELINGH, F. P., ALÇIÇEK, H. 2010. A new cardiid bivalve from the Pliocene Baklan Basin (Turkey) and the origin of modern Ponto-Caspian taxa. Palaeontology53, 4, 711–719.

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