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Article: On the presence of the Late Permian dicynodont Endothiodon in Brazil

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 56
Part: 4
Publication Date: July 2013
Page(s): 837 848
Author(s): Alessandra D. S. Boos, Cesar L. Schultz, Cristina S. Vega and Juarês J. Aumond
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BOOS, A. D. S., SCHULTZ, C. L., VEGA, C. S., AUMOND, J. J. 2013. On the presence of the Late Permian dicynodont Endothiodon in Brazil. Palaeontology56, 4, 837–848.

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