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Article: Evolutionary and biogeographical implications of phylogenetic analysis of the late Palaeozoic trilobite Paladin

Publication: Special Papers in Palaeontology
Number: 70
Thematic Volume: Trilobites and their relatives
Edited By: Philip D. Lane, Derek J. Siveter, and Richard A. Fortey
Publication Date: 2003
Page(s): 363 375
Authored By: David K. Brezinski
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BREZINSKI, D.K. 2003. Evolutionary and biogeographical implications of phylogenetic analysis of the late Palaeozoic trilobite Paladin. In LANE, P.D., SIVETER, D.J., and FORTEY, R.A. (eds), Trilobites and their relatives. Special Papers in Palaeontology, 70, 365–375.

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