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The Catalogue of Cretaceous Corals, Volume 3: List of Localities

By: Hannes Löser(Author)
366 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: CPress Verlag
The Catalogue of Cretaceous Corals, Volume 3: List of Localities
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The volume contains a list of all 2,735 localities from which Cretaceous corals were reported. Each locality is provided with data on the stratigraphy, lithostratigraphy, additional literature, and often additional notes (positions are ommitted on request by the majority of co-authors). Each locality is complemented by a list of indicated coral species. Many countries and regions are profoundly checked by (presently) 28 local specialists from allover the world.

The Catalogue of Localities may be an interesting handbook for everybody who is working on the Cretaceous, because numerous localities are not only known to have yielded corals but also other fossil organism groups.

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By: Hannes Löser(Author)
366 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: CPress Verlag
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