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Aldrich, T. H.1921New Eocene species from Alabama
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Campbell, L. D.1993Pliocene mollusks from the Yorktown and Chowan River Formations in Virginia
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Dall, W. H.1915A monograph of the molluscan fauna of the Orthaulax pugnax zone of the Oligocene of Tampa, Florida
Dall, W. H.1903Contributions to the Tertiary fauna of Florida, with especial reference to the Miocene silex-beds of Tampa and the Pliocene beds of the Caloosahatchee River, ... Part VI. Concluding the work
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Emerson, J. H., Emerson B.2001Middle Eocene Claiborne Group invertebrate fossils from Stone City Bluff, Burleson County, Texas
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Habe, T.1967Common shells of Japan in color
Habe, T.1964Shells of the western Pacific in color. 2
Habe, T.1962Coloured illustrations of the shells of Japan. II.
Hamada, S.1973Olivella japonica (Gastropoda: Olividae) preys on juvenile Meretrix lamarck (Bivalvia: Veneridae)
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Hylleberg, J., Kilburn R. N.2003Marine molluscs of Vietnam. Annotations, voucher material, and species in need of verification
Ichikawa, T.1983Catalogue of type and illustrated specimens in the Department of Historical Geology and Palaeontology of the University Museum, University of Tokyo. Part 2. Cenozoic fossils and Recent specimens
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King, L.1954A Miocene marine fauna from Zululand
Kira, T.1962Shells of the Western Pacific in color
Kira, T.1959Coloured illustrations of the shells of Japan
Kuroda, T., Habe, T., Oyama K.1971The sea shells of Sagami Bay, collected by His Majesty the Emperor of Japan
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