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Fossil insectivorous mammals (Eulipotyphla) of the southern Pre-Urals (Bashkortostan, Russia). / Fadeeva, T.; Yakovlev, Anatoliy; Gimranov, D. et al.
In: Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 325, 108480, 02.2024.

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Fadeeva T, Yakovlev A, Gimranov D, Kosintsev P, Cheremiskina K. Fossil insectivorous mammals (Eulipotyphla) of the southern Pre-Urals (Bashkortostan, Russia). Quaternary Science Reviews. 2024 Feb;325:108480. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2023.108480

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Fadeeva, T. ; Yakovlev, Anatoliy ; Gimranov, D. et al. / Fossil insectivorous mammals (Eulipotyphla) of the southern Pre-Urals (Bashkortostan, Russia). In: Quaternary Science Reviews. 2024 ; Vol. 325.

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