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Trilobites of the World An Atlas of 1000 Photographs

By: Pete Lawrance(Author), Sinclair Stammers(Author)
416 pages, 1001 colour photos
Trilobites of the World
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About this book

Trilobites are extinct arthropods that dominated the early oceans of the world. They occupied every available ecological niche and were highly successful organisms that evolved into a bewildering array of different forms. They died out at the end of the Permian, some 250 million years ago.

Fossil trilobite remains are found on every continent. Trilobites of the World shows some of the best preserved, complete examples from many different countries and includes specimens collected from many 'classic' old localities.

Trilobites of the World will appeal to anybody interested in trilobites, from academics to fossil enthusiasts and collectors, who will all enjoy the sheer beauty and variety of the trilobites illustrated. Trilobites of the World features almost 700 species, illustrated by 1000 colour photographs.

Contents

About the authors
Dedication and acknowledgements by
Introduction
Major trilobite deposits worldwide

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATLAS
  England
  Wales
  Scotland
  Ireland
  France
  Belgium
  Luxembourg
  Germany
  Poland
  Czech Republic
  Spain
  Portugal
  Sardinia
  Sweden
  Norway
  Estonia
  Russia
  Siberia
  Ukraine
  Kazakhstan
  Morocco
  Spanish Sahara
  China
  Australia
  West Timor
  USA
  Canada
  Argentina
  Bolivia

References
Appendix: Taxonomic list of species included
Index

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By: Pete Lawrance(Author), Sinclair Stammers(Author)
416 pages, 1001 colour photos
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