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Mollusques: 1.- 5. Térébratule australe. N.; 7. 8. Térébratule rouge. N.; 9. 10. Térébratule tachetée. N.; 11. 12'. Térébratule recourbée. N.; 13.- 15. Corbule zélandaise. N.; 16.- 19. Pholade globuleuse. N.

Mollusques: 1.- 5. Térébratule australe. N.; 7. 8. Térébratule rouge. N.; 9. 10. Térébratule tachetée. N.; 11. 12'. Térébratule recourbée. N.; 13.- 15. Corbule zélandaise. N.; 16.- 19. Pholade globuleuse. N.

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Mollusques books scans from New York Public Library

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Date

1830 - 1834
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Contributors

Dumont d'Urville, Jules-Sébastien-César (1790-1842), Author
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Paris
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New York Public Library
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