New anatomical characters in fossil coralline algae and their taxonomic implications. / Braga, J. C.; Bosence, Daniel; Steneck, R. S.

In: Palaeontology, Vol. 36, No. Part 3, 09.1993, p. 535-547.

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New anatomical characters in fossil coralline algae and their taxonomic implications. / Braga, J. C.; Bosence, Daniel; Steneck, R. S.

In: Palaeontology, Vol. 36, No. Part 3, 09.1993, p. 535-547.

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Braga JC, Bosence D, Steneck RS. New anatomical characters in fossil coralline algae and their taxonomic implications. Palaeontology. 1993 Sep;36(Part 3):535-547.

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Braga, J. C. ; Bosence, Daniel ; Steneck, R. S. / New anatomical characters in fossil coralline algae and their taxonomic implications. In: Palaeontology. 1993 ; Vol. 36, No. Part 3. pp. 535-547.

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