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RE: Lots O' New Refs
> From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu]On Behalf Of
> Nick Pharris
> I like this paper, from the same issue of APP:
> Max Wisshak and Christian Neumann
> A symbiotic association of a boring polychaete and an echinoid from the
> Late Cretaceous of Germany
> Apparently Wisshak and Neumann aren't polychaete specialists...
I once had a prof who mentioned that we would now be discussing boring
bivalves. "But aren't they all..." he said in an aside.
[Ironically, he was a bivalve specialist, and actually showed us that clams
have their coolness, too.]
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