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  1. Ancestors and Descendants - Relationships of the Aplacophora and Polyplacophora
    By: Scheltema, A H
    Type: Article
    In: American Malacological Bulletin
    Volume: 6
    Date: 1988
    Page Range: 57--68
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  2. Aplacophora as Progenetic Aculiferans and the Coelomate Origin of Mollusks as the Sister Taxon of Sipuncula
    By: Scheltema, A H
    Type: Article
    In: Biol Bull
    Volume: 184
    Date: 1993-02-01
    Page Range: 57--78
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  3. Comparative morphology of the radulae and alimentary tracts in the Aplacophora
    By: Scheltema, A H
    Type: Article
    In: Malacologia
    Volume: 20
    Date: 1981
    Page Range: 361--383
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  4. Dacryomica plana, gen. et sp nov., a prochaetodermatid Aplacophora from a Pacific Seamount
    By: Ivanov, D L - Scheltema, A H
    Type: Article
    In: Veliger
    Volume: 47
    Date: 2004
    Page Range: 1--5
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  5. Discrimination and phylogeny of solenogaster species through the morphology of hard parts (Mollusca, Aplacophora, Neomeniomorpha)
    By: Scheltema, A H - Schander, C
    Type: Article
    In: Biol Bull
    Volume: 198
    Date: 2000-02-01
    Page Range: 121--151
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  6. A GIANT NEOMENIA FROM THE MAGELLANIC PROVINCE
    By: Scheltema, A H - Salvini-Plawen, L V
    Type: Article
    In: Veliger
    Volume: 19
    Date: 1976
    Page Range: 207--207
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  7. Position of the class Aplacophora in the phylum Mollusca
    By: Scheltema, A H
    Type: Article
    In: Malacologia
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1978
    Page Range: 99--109
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  8. Redescriptions of Anachis avara (Say) and Anachis translirata (Ravenel) with notes on some related species (Prosobranchia, Columbellidae)
    By: Scheltema, A H
    Type: Article
    In: Breviora
    Volume: 304
    Date: 1968
    Page Range: 1--19
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  9. Use of birefringence to characterize Aplacophora sclerites
    By: Scheltema, A H - Ivanov, D L
    Type: Article
    In: Veliger
    Volume: 47
    Date: 2004
    Page Range: 153--156
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