Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). 33

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  1. Acanthopleurella Groom 1902: origin and life-habits of a miniature trilobite
    By: Fortey, R A - Rushton, A W A
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 79--89
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  2. Pleistocene bird remains from Tornewton Cave and the Brixham Windmill Hill Cave in south Devon
    By: Harrison, C J O
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 91--100
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  3. The succession of Hyracotherium (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) in the English early Eocene
    By: Hooker, J J
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 101--114
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  4. Salenia trisuranalis sp. nov. (Echinoidea) from the Eocene (London Clay) of Essex, and notes on its phylogeny
    By: Lewis, D N - Jefferies, R P S
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 115--121
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  5. Tertiary and Cretaceous brachiopods from Seymour, Cockburn and James Ross Islands, Antarctica
    By: Owen, E F
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 123--145
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  6. Revision of the rugose coral Diphyphyllum concinnum Lonsdale, 1845 and historical remarks on Murchison's Russian coral collection
    By: Rosen, B R - Wise, R F
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 147--155
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  7. Neuroptera (Insecta) in amber from the Lower Cretaceous of Lebanon
    By: Whalley, P E S
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 157--164
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  8. The Caradoc faunal associations of the area between Bala and Dinas Mawddwy, north Wales
    By: Lockley, M G
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of The British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 165--235
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  9. Fossil insects from the Bembridge Marls, Palaeogene of the Isle of Wight, southern England
    By: Jarzembowski, E A
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology
    Volume: 33
    Date: 1980
    Page Range: 237--293
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