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Revision of the oryctocephalid trilobite genera Arthricocephalus Bergeron and Oryctocarella Tomashpolskaya and Karpinski (Cambrian) from South China and Siberia
Peng, SC (彭善池); Babcock, LE; Zhu, XJ (朱学剑); Lei, QP (雷倩平); Dai, T
2017
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY
Volume91Issue:5Pages:933-959
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Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000409050200007
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Identifierhttp://ir.nigpas.ac.cn/handle/332004/13347
Collection中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所
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Peng, SC ,Babcock, LE,Zhu, XJ ,et al. Revision of the oryctocephalid trilobite genera Arthricocephalus Bergeron and Oryctocarella Tomashpolskaya and Karpinski (Cambrian) from South China and Siberia[J]. JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY,2017,91(5):933-959.
APA Peng, SC ,Babcock, LE,Zhu, XJ ,Lei, QP ,&Dai, T.(2017).Revision of the oryctocephalid trilobite genera Arthricocephalus Bergeron and Oryctocarella Tomashpolskaya and Karpinski (Cambrian) from South China and Siberia.JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY,91(5),933-959.
MLA Peng, SC ,et al."Revision of the oryctocephalid trilobite genera Arthricocephalus Bergeron and Oryctocarella Tomashpolskaya and Karpinski (Cambrian) from South China and Siberia".JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY 91.5(2017):933-959.
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