Coralline Algae : Mineralization, Taxonomy, and Palaeoecology. / Bosence, Daniel.

Calcareous Algae and Stromatolites. ed. / Robert Riding. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 1991. p. 98-113.

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Coralline Algae : Mineralization, Taxonomy, and Palaeoecology. / Bosence, Daniel.

Calcareous Algae and Stromatolites. ed. / Robert Riding. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 1991. p. 98-113.

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Bosence, D 1991, Coralline Algae: Mineralization, Taxonomy, and Palaeoecology. in R Riding (ed.), Calcareous Algae and Stromatolites. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 98-113. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-52335-9_5

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Bosence, D. (1991). Coralline Algae: Mineralization, Taxonomy, and Palaeoecology. In R. Riding (Ed.), Calcareous Algae and Stromatolites (pp. 98-113). Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-52335-9_5

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Bosence D. Coralline Algae: Mineralization, Taxonomy, and Palaeoecology. In Riding R, editor, Calcareous Algae and Stromatolites. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. 1991. p. 98-113 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-52335-9_5

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Bosence, Daniel. / Coralline Algae : Mineralization, Taxonomy, and Palaeoecology. Calcareous Algae and Stromatolites. editor / Robert Riding. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 1991. pp. 98-113

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