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Evolution and Distribution of the Genus Mya, and Tertiary Migrations of Mollusca

by F. Stearns MacNeil
Format
EBook; Book; Government Document; Online
Published
Washington : United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, 1965.
Washington : United States Government Printing Office
Language
English
Series
Geological Survey Professional Paper
Contributions to Paleontology
Geological Survey Professional Paper Contributions to Paleontology
SuDoc Number
I 19.16:483-G
Description
1 online resource (iv, G51 pages, 11 pages of plates) : illustrations, maps.
Notes
  • Title from title screen (viewed September 24, 2014).
  • Also available online in PDF format from the U.S. Geological Survey Warehouse (http:/pubs.er.usgs.gov/).
  • "Known first in the early Tertiary of Japan, the genus Mya migrated to western North America, the Arctic Ocean, and to both sides of the North Atlantic."
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages G45-G47) and index.
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Geological Survey professional paper ; 483-G
Geological Survey professional paper. Contributions to paleontology
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