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Article: The radula of the Late Cretaceous scaphitid ammonite Rhaeboceras halli(Meek and Hayden, 1856

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 56
Part: 1
Publication Date: January 2013
Page(s): 9 14
Author(s): Isabelle Kruta, Neil Landman, Isabelle Rouget, Frabrizio Cecca and Paul Tafforeau
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KRUTA, I., LANDMAN, N., ROUGET, I., CECCA, F., TAFFOREAU, P. 2013. The radula of the Late Cretaceous scaphitid ammonite Rhaeboceras halli(Meek and Hayden, 1856. Palaeontology56, 1, 9–14.

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