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- DescriptionWhen searching at almost any fossil site, a collector is more likely to come across an invertebrate fossil than any other kind. This book is a marvellously detailed and accessible resource designed to unravel and interpret this rich fossil record. Ideal for any undergraduate or amateur fossil enthusiast, it covers all major groups of fossil invertebrates and provides illustrated descriptions of selected genera... Fossil Invertebrates is a window into the ancient Earth when the seas teemed with ammonites, corals, sponges, molluscs, criids and trilobites. The sheer abundance of their fossils reflects the fact that many invertebrates, with solid, decay-resistant shells, were perfectly designed to become fossils. Many of these fossilised creatures have close relatives alive today, and the book demonstrates how the fossil record can shed light on today's fauna.
- Author BiographyPaul Taylor has worked in the Department of Palaeontology at the Natural History Museum, London for 25 years. David Lewis has worked at the Natural History Museum, London for almost 41 years and is Collections Manager for invertebrates.
- Author(s)David N. Lewis,Paul D. Taylor
- PublisherThe Natural History Museum
- Date of Publication24/06/2005
- SubjectPopular Science
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintThe Natural History Museum
- Content Note150ills
- Width225 mm
- Height225 mm
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