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A Study on the Value of Money -The Two Approaches

Hanawa, Toshiya (1972)
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Purdue Road School (1972)

Morphology and phylogeny of pseudorbitoid foraminifera from Jamaica and Curaçao, a revisional study

Krijnen, J.P. (1972)
In the present paper, certain morphological features and the ontogenetical development of members of the subfamily Pseudorbitoidinae Rutten, 1935 are discussed. A study of the evolution of Pseudorbitoides Douvillé, 1922 resulted in testing the concept of nepionic reduction in populations of this genus from Jamaica (Green Island- and Sunderland Inlier) and Curaçao (Cas Abao Limestone lenses). Within the Pseudorbitoides-lineage, P. trechmanni pectinata subsp. nov. is distinguished from P. trech...

Management for deer

Byelich, John D.; Cook, Jack L.; Blouch, Ralph I. (1972)

Les Gammaridae (Crustacés, Amphipodes) des eaux douces et saumâtres de Corse

Stock, Jan H. (1972)
Eleven species of Gammaridae, belonging to six genera, have been recorded from Corsica. Of these, only three are purely limnic, all others are found in mixohaline habitats. The three limnic species show a clear systematic relationship to italian taxa; the mixohaline species are of a circum-mediterranean type. Apart from two apparently endemic species of the genus Niphargus, there is no pronounced endemism in the corsican Gammaridae.