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Jürgen Pollerspöck

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Dr. Nicolas Straube
Curator of Ichthyology & Associate Professor
Department of Natural History
University Museum of Bergen
+47 555 82 964


Nico Straube and Jürgen Pollerspöck  

Dr. Nicolas Straube and Jürgen Pollerspöck, left: Bergen University Museum - Natural History, 2022; right: 1st ICAZ Medieval Period Working Group Meeting, 28.09.2022-30.09.2022, Bryggens Museum - Bymuseet




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