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Further Archaeogastropoda from the Campanian of Torallola, northern Spain

@article{Kiel2002FurtherAF,
  title={Further Archaeogastropoda from the Campanian of Torallola, northern Spain},
  author={Steffen Kiel and Klaus. Bandel},
  journal={Acta Geologica Polonica},
  year={2002},
  volume={52},
  pages={239-249}
}
KIEL, S. & BANDEL, K. 2002. Further Archaeogastropoda from the Campanian of Torallola, northern Spain. Acta Geologica Polonica, 52 (3), 239-249. Warszawa. 18 archaeogastropod species are described from the Campanian of Torallola in north-eastern Spain, including 13 new species and one new genus. They are assigned to the Liotiinae, Colloniinae, Turbininae, Skeneidae and Cirridae. Our species of the Liotiinae are comparable with Recent as well as Triassic liotiids, the documented colloniids show… Expand
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