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Paleontological Journal

, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp 327–337 | Cite as

Mongol names in the nomenclatural designations of the fossil Cenozoic fauna and flora of Central Asia

  • A. F. Boishenko
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Abstract

Mongol names and toponyms are most often used by paleontologists for designation of new forms of fossil fauna and flora from the Cenozoic of Central Asia.

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Mongol names taxa fauna flora Central Asia 

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  • A. F. Boishenko
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  1. 1.OAO VNIIZARUBEZhGEOLOGIYaMoscowRussia

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