Fossil triassic plants from Europe and their evolution vol.2.pdf

Fossil triassic plants from Europe and their evolution vol.2

Michael Wachtler, Thomas Perner

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Evolution 55: 1419-1442. Middle Triassic. Sigogneau-Russell D & Hahn (1994), Upper Triassic microvertebrates from Central Europe, in Fraser & Sues (eds.), In the Shadow of the Dinosaurs: Early Mesozoic Tetrapods, Cambridge Univ. Press, pp.197-213. Rhaetian - Angistorhinopsis, Rhaetian - …

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Fossil triassic plants from Europe and their evolution vol.2.pdf


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