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Types of Cenozoic Mollusca from Java in the Martin Collection of Naturalis

@inproceedings{Leloux2009TypesOC,
  title={Types of Cenozoic Mollusca from Java in the Martin Collection of Naturalis},
  author={Jacob Leloux and Frank P. Wesselingh},
  year={2009}
}
An updated type catalogue of the Martin Collection (fossil Mollusca, predominantly from the Cenozoic of Java, Indonesia) is presented. Type specimen data, updated locality data, and illustrations are given. 
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