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BARRIE RICKARDS is Reader in Palaeobiology, University of Cambridge, and curator of the Sedgwick Museum of Geology. DOUGLAS PALMER is a freelance geologist and writer.
139 black and white, 5 line illustrations
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`No group needed modern techniques of illustration including scanning electron microscopy, more than the graptolites and these plates must be eye-opening to many of us...beautiful examples of the cleared specimens'. Eric Robinson GEO. ASS. CIRC. Sept 1991`The book includes almost everything that is important for a general understanding of graptolites and with its fine illustrations will be useful for those who are instructing students or who are just collecting fossils.' David L. Clark SCIENCE (US)`d'un ouvrage très informatif, joliment présenté,' ANNALES DE PALEONTOLOGIE vol 77, fasc 3, 1991`clearly succeeds as an accessible and authoritative source for those non-specialists seeking information on the graptolites, and I would strongly recommend it for all institutional libraries, from schools to universities. For individual professionals it will provide a wealth of reference and teaching material'. GEOLOGICAL JOURNAL 27:1 '92