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Can Recent traces help in recognising probable jellyfish remains from the Muschelkalk of Winterswijk? A comment

  • G.C. Cadée (a1)

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A possible other explanation is given for one of the probably jellyfish remains published by Oosterink & Winkelhorst in this Journal. Comparison with Recent traces suggests one (fig. 12) might be a ‘scribe mark’.

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Can Recent traces help in recognising probable jellyfish remains from the Muschelkalk of Winterswijk? A comment

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