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Water animal identification keys by John Eric Marson

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Published by M.J. Wootton for the School Natural Science Society in Upminster (44 Claremont Gardens, Upminster, Essex RM14 1DN) .
Written in English


  • Fresh-water fauna -- Great Britain.

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Statementby J. Eric Marson.
SeriesPublications / School Natural Science Society -- no.8, Publications (School Natural Science Society) -- no.8.
LC ClassificationsQL141
The Physical Object
Pagination(2),12p. :
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20266165M
ISBN 100856391085

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