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Phylogénie des arthropodes

Message par vincesap » mercredi 9 juillet 2014, 10:40

Essayant d'établir une phylogénie la plus précise et la plus exacte possible des arthropodes, ce sujet regroupera petit à petit toutes les références (incluant le cas échéant le lien vers le document) dont je pense qu'elles me seront utiles. N'hésitez pas à puiser dedans si les documents vous intéressent.

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