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  • Moyano H. 1995. Bryozoa. En: S Simonetti JA, MTK Arroyo, A Spotorno & E Lozada (eds) Diversidad Biológica de Chile. Comité Nacional de Diversidad Biológica. Comisión Nacinal de Investigación Cientñifica y Tecnológica, Santiago Chile. 364 pp.
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  • Simões, M., Rodrigues, S., & Kowalewski, M. (2009). Bouchardia rosea, a vanishing brachiopod species of the Brazilian platform: taphonomy, historical ecology and conservation paleobiology. Historical Biology, 21(3/4), 123-137.
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