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monograph of British carboniferous non-marine lamellibranchia.

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Published by Palaeontographical Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Publication no.510 issued as part of Vol. 119 for 1965.

Statementby J. Weir.
SeriesPalaeontographical Society Monographs
ContributionsWeir, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14285796M

A monograph of British Corallian Lamellibranchia. Part VI. Monographs of the Palaeontographical Society London, pp , pls - 8vo, paperback, newly bound in blue board; (ca. g). 50 [No. ] Arkell, W.J., A monograph of British Corallian Lamellibranchia. Part VIII. The geographical distribution of the Carboniferous rocks in Subarea-7 is depicted on the Dungannon and Cookstown maps. In the former area the largest outcrop is of the Carboniferous Limestone series of VisBn age and only in the areas between Dungannon and Coalisland and at Annaghone are younger, 'middle and upper', Carboniferous rocks preserved.

NON-MARINE ALGAE OF AFRICA. A BIBLIOGRAPHY () A bibliography is the beginning and end, Alpha and Omega of any scientific study. Knowledge of the relevant literature prevents scientists wasting time and provides a focus point at the initiation of a study and helps to exclude duplication of previous studies.   The classification of the British Mollusca, by W. E. Leach, M. D. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 20(10)– October 1. Gray published herein a combination of two manuscripts of the late William E. Leach, one dated , the other , Cited by:

Pal. Soc. monograph XXIV + pp. - British Palaeontology: A retrospect and survey. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Associat O. - The Preservation of moulds of the intestine in fossil Nuculana (Lamellibranchia) from the Lias of England. Pal. . The fossil record, like the stratigraphical recordl is thought to be episodic with long periods of quiescence separated by short periods of explosive evolution, ex- propriations and extinctions. Examples are discussed mainly from the bivalves, the cephalopods, the brachiopods and the by:


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