A MEMOIR ON THE PALAEOZOIC RETICULATE SPONGES CONSTITUTING THE FAMILY DICTYOSPONGIDAE
by Hall, James
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- Jero Books and Templet Co. (US)
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- A MEMOIR ON THE PALAEOZOIC RETICULATE SPONGES CONSTITUTING THE FAMILY DICTYOSPONGIDAE
- Hall, James
- Book condition
- Used - Poor
- Jacket condition
- No Dust Jacket
- 1st Ed.
- Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Company/ University Of the State of New York
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- Nonfiction Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Company University Of the State of New York A MEMOIR ON THE PALAEOZOIC RETICULATE SPONGES CONSTITUTING THE FAMILY DICTYOSPONGIDAE Science
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