Article: Fallen into oblivion — the systematic affinities of the enigmatic Sulcospira Troschel, 1858 (Cerithioidea: Pachychilidae), a genus of viviparous freshwater gastropods from Java
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Fallen into oblivion — the systematic affinities of the enigmatic Sulcospira Troschel, 1858 (Cerithioidea: Pachychilidae), a genus of viviparous freshwater gastropods from Java

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Original Publication

The Nautilus.

Volume

119

Pages

15--26

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BioStor

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Fallen into oblivion — the systematic affinities of the enigmatic Sulcospira Troschel, 1858 (Cerithioidea: Pachychilidae), a genus of viviparous freshwater gastropods from Java

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Köhler, Frank.
Glaubrecht, Matthias

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Article

Date of Publication

2005

Original Publication

The Nautilus.

Volume

119

Pages

15--26

Contributed by

BioStor

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English

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Melbourne, Fla., etc.,American Malacologists, inc., etc.

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BioStor: 105357
ISSN: 0028-1344

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TI - Fallen into oblivion — the systematic affinities of the enigmatic Sulcospira Troschel, 1858 (Cerithioidea: Pachychilidae), a genus of viviparous freshwater gastropods from Java
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