Catalogue of the Species of Entozoa, or Intestinal Worms Contained in the Collection of the British Museum by William, F.S Baird, British Museum of Natural History
  

Catalogue of the Species of Entozoa, or Intestinal Worms Contained in the Collection of the British Museum

Written by William, F.S Baird, British Museum of Natural History
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Catalogue of the Species of Entozoa, or Intestinal Worms Contained in the Collection of the British Museum by William, F.S Baird, British Museum of Natural History

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Paperback / softback
152 pages

Author

William, F.S Baird, British Museum of Natural History
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Publication date

9th March 2010

ISBN

9781146984591


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