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Article: New Trigonioidoidea (Bivalvia; Unionoida) from the Early Cretaceous of Spain

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 54
Part: 3
Publication Date: May 2011
Page(s): 631 638
Author(s): Graciela Delvene and Martin Munt
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DELVENE, G., MUNT, M. 2011. New Trigonioidoidea (Bivalvia; Unionoida) from the Early Cretaceous of Spain. Palaeontology54, 3, 631–638.

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