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Hexapodibius castrii, nuova posizione sistematica per Hypsibius (Calohypsibius) castrii Ramazzotti, e considerazioni sul genere Hexapodibius Pilato (Eutardigrada Hypsibiidae)

, : Hexapodibius castrii, nuova posizione sistematica per Hypsibius (Calohypsibius) castrii Ramazzotti, e considerazioni sul genere Hexapodibius Pilato (Eutardigrada Hypsibiidae). Atti della Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale in Milano, 1221-2: 32-36


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