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THE EVOLUTION OF THE MESOZOIC RHYNCHONELLIDA (SECOND HAND COPY)

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THE EVOLUTION OF THE MESOZOIC RHYNCHONELLIDA

  
By D.V. Ager, A. Childs and D.A.B. Pearson

  

(Softback) (1972)
  
(Second hand copy in good condition)

  

Brachiopods are marine animals that look like small clams, but they have a different anatomy and are not closely related to clams or any other molluscs. They lived on the sea floor and were much more abundant during the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic eras than they are today.

  

The taxonomic order Rhynchonellida is one of the main groups of brachiopods. They are recognised by their strongly ribbed wedge-shaped or nut-like shells. This publication is a detailed analysis of all the named Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous genera belonging to this order.

  

This is a technical publication and is not for the general reader, but would be of interest to those with a specialist interest in fossil brachiopods. ​​​​​​​

  

Published as an extract from Geobios. 1972. Black and white diagrams. 77 pages. Good condition. 
  
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Size: 27 x 21 centimetres
Weight:  222 grams

PRICE: £8.00