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Sweet Talk - The Conodonta, Morphology, Taxonomy, Paleoecology, and Evolutionary History of a Long-Extinct Animal Phylum. Walter C. Sweet Clarendon Press; Oxford. 1988. 212 pp. $65.00

  • Richard J. Aldridge (a1) and Derek E. G. Briggs (a2)

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Sweet Talk - The Conodonta, Morphology, Taxonomy, Paleoecology, and Evolutionary History of a Long-Extinct Animal Phylum. Walter C. Sweet Clarendon Press; Oxford. 1988. 212 pp. $65.00

  • Richard J. Aldridge (a1) and Derek E. G. Briggs (a2)

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