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3 edition of Amphipoda of Southern Africa found in the catalog.

Amphipoda of Southern Africa

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Published by Administrator in Trustees of the South African Museum

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      • Issued in 3 parts.Includes bibliographies.Bound in 1 v.

        StatementTrustees of the South African Museum
        PublishersTrustees of the South African Museum
        LC Classifications1973
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages46
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100949940267
        2Annals of the South African Museum -- v. 60, pt. 10, etc.
        3The annals of the South African Museum = -- Die Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum -- v. 60 pt. 10, v. 62 pt. 6-7.

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