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Reyre, Y1973<< Palynologie du Mésozoïque Saharien >> Traitement des donnés par l'Informatique à la Stratigraphie et à la Sédimentologie
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Farrell, BD1998"Inordinate fondness" explained: why are there so many beetles?
Cao, MZ, Lin, QB, Chen, JH, Zhang, JF1986"Jehol" fauna discovered from Henan
Scudder, SH1881"Lithosialis bohemica"
Kraus, O2001"Myriapoda" and the ancestry of the Hexapoda
Holden, C1997"No go" for Jurassic part style Dinos
Anonymous,1997"No Go" fro Jurassic Park-Style Dinos
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Radchenko, VG, Pesenko, YA1996"Protobee" and its nests: a new hypothesis concerning the early evolution of Apoidea (Hymenoptera)
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Frese, W2000"Rubber protein" enables the dragonfly to perform aerobatic stunts
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Snyder, TE1919"White ants" as pests in the United States and methods of preventing their damage
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