Evolution and Palaeobiology of Land Plants ebook
by Barry Thomas,Robert Spicer,T. R. Dudley
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Authors and affiliations. The Evolution and Palaeobiology of Land Plants. By Barry A. Thomas and Robert A. Spicer. Dioscorides Press, In. 9999 . Wilshire, Portland, OR 97225. ISBN 31146-06-2 (cloth), 31146-07-0 (paper).
New Biological Books. Barry A. Thomas, Robert A. Spicer, T. R. Dudley. Fundamentals of Palaeobotany.
Ix, 309 pages : 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-295) and index.
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