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FOSSIL INSECTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO PALAEOENTOMOLOGY (NEW COPY)

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FOSSIL INSECTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO PALAEOENTOMOLOGY 
(New copy)


by David Penney and James E. Jepson (with artwork by Richard Bizley)​

Insects are among the most diverse groups of animals on the planet, including more than a million described species and representing more than half of all known living organisms.

The fossil record of insects is equally diverse. They are widely distributed around the world and have been recorded from all continents, including Antarctica. In this book the authors provide an accessible introduction to some of the best preserved fossil insects from a wide range of deposits, many of which are beautifully illustrated by colour photographs. 

This book is aimed at a broad audience, particularly those with an interest in fossils or insects in general.


Published by Siri Scientific Press. 2014



Soft cover. 224 pages. 240 colour photographs
Size: 24 x 17 centimetres
Weight: 563 grams


PRICE: £24.99
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