Bryozoan Evolution
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The authors argue that the growth pattern and form of the colony in many bryozoans is an adaptive strategy rather than a stable genetic character.

"Bryozoan Evolution is profusely illustrated and has a bibliography of over 400 titles. It will find an appreciative audience of paleontologists, invertebrate zoologists, and ecologists thanks to its innovative and detailed evalu...more
Paperback, 252 pages
Published October 15th 1991 by University Of Chicago Press (first published January 1st 1989)
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