Frogs and tuns and tritons - A molecular phylogeny and revised family classification of the predatory gastropod superfamily Tonnoidea (Caenogastropoda).

@article{Strong2019FrogsAT,
  title={Frogs and tuns and tritons - A molecular phylogeny and revised family classification of the predatory gastropod superfamily Tonnoidea (Caenogastropoda).},
  author={Ellen E. Strong and Nicolas Puillandre and Alan G. Beu and Magalie Castelin and Philippe Bouchet},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2019},
  volume={130},
  pages={
          18-34
        }
}
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