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Article: New remains of Egatochoerus jaegeri (Mammalia, Suoidea) from the late Eocene of Peninsular Thailand

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 54
Part: 6
Publication Date: November 2011
Page(s): 1323 1335
Author(s): Maeva Orliac, Franck Guy, Yaowalak Chaimanee, Jean-Jacques Jaeger and Stephane Ducrocq
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ORLIAC, M., GUY, F., CHAIMANEE, Y., JAEGER, J., DUCROCQ, S. 2011. New remains of Egatochoerus jaegeri (Mammalia, Suoidea) from the late Eocene of Peninsular Thailand. Palaeontology54, 6, 1323–1335.

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