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The possibility of an undescribed crocodile on New Britain


, : The possibility of an undescribed crocodile on New Britain. Herpetologica 12(3): 174-176

Small crocodiles were observed in interior lakes of New Britain. They are regarded as probably a representative of the palustrine group, possibly new.

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DOI: 10.2307/3889763


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