4 edition of A Type Catalog of Fossil Invertebrates: (Mollusca : Gastropoda) in the Yale Peabody Museum : Number 218, 29 December 1999 (Postilla, Number 218, 29 December 1999) found in the catalog.
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A Type Catalog of Fossil Invertebrates (Protista) in the Yale Peabody Museum (Postilla, Number 30 September ) by Russell D. White (Author), Laura K. Skorina (Author)Authors: Russell D. White, Laura K. Skorina. Type Catalog of Fossil Invertebrates: (Mollusca Bivalvia and Rostroconchia) in the Yale Peabody Museum.
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Genre/Form: Catalogs and collections: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Purnell, Louis R. Catalog of the type specimens of invertebrate fossils. Catalogue of named fossil Scarabaeoidea (Lamellicornia) The present catalogue is based on the printed version published in in Invertebrate Taxonomy (Krell, a) but it is updated A Type Catalog of Fossil Invertebrates: book to A type catalog of fossil invertebrates (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in the Yale Peabody Museum By Russell D White, Brent H Horstman, Karen E Mcfadden and Laura K Skorina Abstract.
A type catalog of fossil invertebrates (Arthropoda: Crustacea) in the Yale Peabody Museum. By Russell D White. Abstract. Volume: Start Page: 1End Page: 1 Publisher: New Haven, Conn.:Peabody Museum of Natural History,[?]-c Year: OAI Author: Russell D White.
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The Catalog The conodont catalog is not meant to be a primary source book for occurrence data, or systematic and stratigraphic interpretation. It is a list of cited cono dont specimens in the Museum collections, and a history of their use in the literature.
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Collection Fossil Invertebrates With more than 5 million specimen lots, this collection is one of the largest invertebrate fossil collections in the world. Collection Fossil Mammals The fossil mammal collection is the largest collection of its type in the world, with aboutspecimens.
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