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Palæozoic Plants from China

By M. Yokoyama

Abstract

The Palaeozoic plants treated of in the present paper are those which were mostly collected by our geologists in Southern Manchuria, during the Japanese occupation of that country in the late Russo-Japanese war, together with those of the Mesozoic on which I published a memoir in this journal, more than a year ago. A few of them, however, are from other parts of China, also brought back by our countrymen, during the war. The plants distribute themselves in the following localitie

Topics: 457.222
Publisher: Palaeontology, Imperial University, Tokyo
Year: 1908
OAI identifier: oai:repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp:2261/32820
Provided by: UT Repository
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