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I don't think this has been a peer-reviewed publication,but i could be wrong.

Don't think Ryland or McKinney/Jackson,because this looks like it was written as a sort of quick identification guide*,so it's NOT in that league.

* the very summary depiction of "a bryozoan" will tell you that

Incredibly slow download(32, Mb or thereabouts,took MINUTES on my Pc)

And what do you get for your patience?

Some good illustrations,and Bryozoa in living colour.

The author is a bryozoan specialist,BTW

http://www.bryozoa.net/library/1982/bock_1982.pdf

 

edit:

errr,neontology,shouldn't post this but some of the species are know from the Cenozoic,so....

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