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Contributions to the paleontology of the Lebanon Mountains, Republic of Lebanon. Part 3, The pelecypod fauna of the "Olive Locality" (Aptian) at Abeih. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 87, article 3

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  title={Contributions to the paleontology of the Lebanon Mountains, Republic of Lebanon. Part 3, The pelecypod fauna of the "Olive Locality" (Aptian) at Abeih. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 87, article 3},
  author={Harold Ernest Vokes},
  year={1946}
}
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