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European Journal of Taxonomy
No 173 (2016): Genus Profundiconus Kuroda, 1956 (Gastropoda, Conoidea): Morphological and molecular studies, with the description of five new species from the Solomon Islands and New Caledonia
Manuel J. TENORIO & Magalie CASTELIN
Section: Zoology; pp. 1-47, 17 figures, 3 tables, 58 references, 1 appendix; http://dx.doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2016.173
accepted: 9 December 2015; published: 29 January 2016
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