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American Paleontologist, August 1999

American Paleontologist, August 1999

Year:

1999

Volume:

7

Pages:

20 pp.

Issue:

3

Notes:

In this issue, David Goldsmith explores the strange clams known as the rudistid bivalve (Dictyoptychus persica), which were extremely abundant in the Mesozoic Era but disappeared with the dinosaurs, in his feature article “The Strangest Clams of All.” Also included in this issue is the essay “Animals Alive and Dead” by William Altimari, and additional articles by Peter Dodson, John Catalani, Pamela Hallock Muller, Douglas C. Brew, and Roger D. K. Thomas.

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