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A new cane rat (Rodentia, Thryonomyidae) from the Upper Miocene Nakali Formation, northern Kenya

ケニア中央部上部中新統ナカリ層から産出した新種ヨシネズミ類
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Volume: 126  Issue:Page: 167-181  Publication year: Apr. 15, 2020
JST Material Number: F0528A  ISSN: 0016-7630  CODEN: CHTZA5  Document type: Article
Article type: 原著論文  Country of issue: Japan (JPN)  Language: ENGLISH (EN)
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