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The Luoping Biota and the Guangling Biota [English / Chinese]

By: Wang Zhangjun(Editor)
156 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
The Luoping Biota and the Guangling Biota [English / Chinese]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

The Luoping and Guanling biota presented in this book lie in Luoping, Yunnan Province, and Guanling, Guizhou Province, China, respectively. The Luoping biota lived in the Middle Triassic, 245 million years ago, and the Guanling biota lived in Late Triassic, 220 million years ago, 25 million years later. In order to fully show the panoramas of these two biotas in the Triassic and gain more knowledge of their palaeontology, the authors have organized the book in two parts: the first one is a general description of the various biological groups, giving readers an integral picture. The second part are the fossil records, showing some photographs and reconstructions. In the second section, they also added information about classification and discoveries, which will both be of interest to readers, and highlight current research achievements.

Contents

The Luoping biota
1. Inverebrates
      Arthropods
      Molluscs
      Brachiopods
      Echinoderms
2. Vertebrates
      Fishes
      Mixosaurids
      Protorosaurs
      Archosaurus
      Sauropterygians
3. Plants
4. Trace Fossils
 
The Guanling biota
1. Invertebrates
      Brachiopods
      Bivalves
      Cephalopods
      Echinoderms
2. Vertebrates
      Fishes
      Placodonts
      Ichthyosaurs
      Thalattosaurs
      Chelonians
3. Plants

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By: Wang Zhangjun(Editor)
156 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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