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Trilobites

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By: Riccardo Levi-Setti
352 pages, 239 b/w photos, 19 line drawings
Trilobites
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  • Trilobites ISBN: 9780226474526 Edition: 2 Paperback Nov 1995 Out of Print #46404
  • Trilobites ISBN: 9780226474519 Edition: 2 Hardback Dec 1993 Out of Print #24354
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Trilobites were one of the most numerous and diverse animal groups to occur in the prehistoric seas, between 500 and 250 million years ago. They were also one of the most persistent groups, surviving several periods of mass extinction. This book describes and displays the variety and wealth of trilobite families, and explains their contribution to our understanding of geological time.

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Out of Print
By: Riccardo Levi-Setti
352 pages, 239 b/w photos, 19 line drawings
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"Irresistible. [Levi-Setti] has given his collecting self a most precious gift [...] .A reader shares that gift, and many another, like the transient match between the giant tribolites of Newfoundland and those of the Aniti-Atlas Mountain overseas, a pulse of evolutionary change while continents recede"
– Philip Morrison, Scientific American

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