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Article: Stephen Hislop and his 1860 Cretaceous continental molluscan new species descriptions in Latin from the Deccan Plateau, India

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 51
Part: 6
Publication Date: November 2008
Page(s): 1225 1252
Author(s): Joseph H. Hartman, Daniel N. Erickson and Anne Bakken
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HARTMAN, J. H., ERICKSON, D. N., BAKKEN, A. 2008. Stephen Hislop and his 1860 Cretaceous continental molluscan new species descriptions in Latin from the Deccan Plateau, India. Palaeontology51, 6, 1225–1252.

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