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Spores and Tracheids from the Cambrian of Kashmir

Naturevolume 169pages10561057 (1952) | Download Citation



SINCE the recovery of vascular flora in the Salt Pseudomorph bed (Cambrian) of the Punjab Salt Range1, we have continued our investigations with other Cambrian beds in the Salt Range, Kashmir, and Spiti.

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