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Lauxaniidae ID --> Calliopum cf. tuberculosum
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Posted on 01-12-2021 18:19

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from Spain.

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Edited by timbuk on 09-12-2021 10:56
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Probably Calliopum tuberculosum

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thanks so much, Paul!

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