2 edition of cretaceous microfossil Ophiobolus lapidaris O. Wetzel and its flagellum-like filaments found in the catalog.
cretaceous microfossil Ophiobolus lapidaris O. Wetzel and its flagellum-like filaments
William R. Evitt
Bibliography: p. 9.
|Statement||[by] William R. Evitt. With the collaboration of G. Deflandre.|
|Series||Stanford University publications., v. 12, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||QE719 .E95|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||68008787|
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