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Article: Modes of reproduction in recent and fossil cupuladriid bryozoans

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 51
Part: 4
Publication Date: July 2008
Page(s): 847 864
Author(s): Aaron O'Dea, Jeremy B. C. Jackson, Paul D. Taylor and Felix Rodríguez
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O'DEA, A., JACKSON, J. B. C., TAYLOR, P. D., RODRÍGUEZ, F. 2008. Modes of reproduction in recent and fossil cupuladriid bryozoans. Palaeontology51, 4, 847–864.

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