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Mammals of Korea: a review of their taxonomy, distribution and conservation status

Jo, Yeong-Seok; Baccus, John T.; Koprowski, John L.

Jo, Yeong-Seok, Baccus, John T., Koprowski, John L. (2018): Mammals of Korea: a review of their taxonomy, distribution and conservation status. Zootaxa 4522 (1): 1-216, DOI: https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4522.1.1
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