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Evolutionary Dissent - Echinoderm Phylogeny and Evolutionary Biology. C. R. C. Paul and A. B. Smith, editors. Published for the Liverpool Geological Society by Clarendon Press; Oxford. 1988. ix + 373 pp. $115.00

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