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  1. Australodelphis mirus, a bizarre new toothless ziphiid-like fossil dolphin (Cetacea: Delphinidae) from the Pliocene of Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica
Fordyce, R.E.; Quilty, P.G.; Daniels, J.
In: Antarctic Science, 14, No. 1, 37-54
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  2. Dolphin mandible (Delphinidae) from the Waipipian stage (Pliocene), Waihi Beach, Taranaki, New Zealand
McKEE, J.W.A.; Fordyce, R.E.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 30, No. 3, 321-323
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Reserve a copy 3. Enchainement des aucelles et aucellines du cretace russe (1907)
Pavlow, A.P.
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Reserve a copy 4. The first whale (Anglocetus beatsoni) is a turtle : Tertiary Research 6, (1), 1984 1-4 : ill
Halstead, L.B.
ISBN: X780093835
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Halstead, L.B. (Lambert Beverly) (Author)00922Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 5. Fossil cetacea of the Caucasus (1988)
Mchedlidze, G.A.; Whitmore, F.C.
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  6. A new cetacean from the late Eocene La Meseta Formation, Seymour Island, Antarctic Peninsula
MITCHELL, E.D.
In: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 46, No. 10, 2219-2235
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