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Catalog of species-group names of Recent and fossil Scaphopoda (Mollusca)

@article{Steiner2004CatalogOS,
  title={Catalog of species-group names of Recent and fossil Scaphopoda (Mollusca)},
  author={G. Steiner and A. Kabat},
  journal={Zoosystema},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={549-726}
}
Ce catalogue contient les noms des taxons recents et fossiles du groupe-espece des mollusques de la classe des Scaphopoda. Sur un total de 1965 entrees, 517 concernent des taxons valides recents, 816 des taxons valides fossiles, 543 sont des noms invalides et 89 ont ete subsequemment exclus des Scaphopoda. L'autorite et les references bibliographiques completes sont indiquees pour chaque nom. L'allocation generique originale et actuelle, la localite type et le lieu de depot du materiel type… Expand

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