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Article: A new diverse shark fauna from the Wordian (Middle Permian) Khuff Formation in the interior Haushi-Huqf area, Sultanate of Oman

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 56
Part: 2
Publication Date: March 2013
Page(s): 303 343
Author(s): Martha B. Koot, Gilles Cuny, Andrea Tintori and Richard J. Twitchett
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KOOT, M. B., CUNY, G., TINTORI, A., TWITCHETT, R. J. 2013. A new diverse shark fauna from the Wordian (Middle Permian) Khuff Formation in the interior Haushi-Huqf area, Sultanate of Oman. Palaeontology56, 2, 303–343.

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