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Biogeographic distribution of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic brachiopods (living forms)
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Abstract: The only Antarctic review about brachiopods has been done by Forster in 1974. Since about 100 publications dealing with living Antarctic brachiopods have been issued and nearly 50 on fossil Antarctic brachiopods, until 2009. The classification of the Brachiopoda has been basically changed in 1996 and developed in the 6 volumes of the “Treatise” (1997-2007).
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Dataset Originator/Creator: Christian Emig
Dataset Title: Biogeographic distribution of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic brachiopods (living forms)
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Emig C, Geographic distribution of Brachiopod species in the Antarctic - Subantarctic region, [year accessed]. available from the SCAR-MarBIN website.
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DIF Creation Date: 2010-11-08
Last DIF Revision Date: 2018-02-05