The Greatest Living Lens

Smith, Richard D.
October 1975
Sciences;Oct75, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p15
Academic Journal
Focuses on the features of trilobites species in Oslo, Norway. Distinction of visual system from other nocturnal species; Description on lobes of dorsal shields; Determination on the composition and purpose of lower lens unit.


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