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Crustacea caspia contributions to the knowledge of the carcinological fauna of the Caspian Sea / by G.O. Sars. by G. O. Sars

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Published by Imprimerie de l"Académie impériale des sciences in St.-Pétersbourg .
Written in English


  • Crustacea -- Caspian Sea,
  • Cumacea -- Caspian Sea,
  • Amphipoda -- Caspian Sea

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Other titlesBulletin de l"Académie impériale des sciences de St.-Petersbourg., Carcinological fauna of the Caspian Sea.
ContributionsImperatorskaia akademiia nauk (Russia)
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Pagination6 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22864999M

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