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Article: Thoracic structure and enrolment style in middle Cambrian Eccaparadoxides pradoanus presages caudalization of the derived trilobite trunk

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 56
Part: 3
Publication Date: May 2013
Page(s): 589 601
Author(s): Jorge Esteve, Nigel C. Hughes and Samuel Zamora
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ESTEVE, J., HUGHES, N. C., ZAMORA, S. 2013. Thoracic structure and enrolment style in middle Cambrian Eccaparadoxides pradoanus presages caudalization of the derived trilobite trunk. Palaeontology56, 3, 589–601.

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