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Contains data on Gastropods, Bivalves, Ammonites, Nautiloids and Belemnites.
Bivalves; gastropods; ammonoids; nautiloids; coleoids; early metazoans.
... as an overall guide and introduction to the study of fossil molluscs this is an excellent product that I can recommend without hesitation. Alistair Crame, British Antartic Survey, Bulletin of the Malacological Society of London, March 2004 "... PaleoBase opens a new window on the fossil record. Based on the superb fossil collections of London's Natural History Museum it is a developing digital database, and is revolutionising the teaching of palaeontology... Part 2 has a wealth of up-to-date information plus 800 images of more than 300 fossil molluscs ..." Douglas Palmer, New Scientist, March 2004 "...a truly wonderful teaching tool...provides a great resource for those seeking to identify fossils..." Palaeontologia Electronica, September 2004 "Macrofossils Part 2 doesn't disappoint as a follow on to Part 1. It is well designed and organized and the photography is stunning. Any of you who picked up the first Paleobase will want to be sure to acquire this sequel. Anyone who teaches earth science at the secondary or college level should be sure to get a copy as well...You can't lose with this one!" Fossil News, January 2005 "...an effective virtual supplement to undergraduate palaeo practicals, forming a bridge between textboosks and real specimens." Geological Magazine, November 2005