Articles | Volume 12, issue 2
01 Dec 1993
 | 01 Dec 1993

A biostratigraphic revision of the Eocene and Oligocene foraminiferal type localities of Trinidad described by Cushman & Stainforth (1945) and Cushman & Renz (1948)

Caroline M Mccabe, Michael A Kaminski, and Edward Finch

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