242 pages, Figs
In the past 60 years morphometric research on larger, radial foraminifera has generated a tremendous but scattered amount of information which, in its details, is unparalleled in paleontology. This book describes the main roads of evolution, presenting a comprehensive account of evolution patterns and problems in nine unrelated stocks of radial foraminifera. In addition, it gives explanations for the speciation and cladogenesis in connection with the role of environment. The book will be of value to all (micro)paleontologists, evolutionary biologists, and (paleo)ecologists.
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