Paleonet: Fundamentals

David Bapst dwbapst at gmail.com
Tue Apr 18 14:57:39 GMT 2017


For those curious, the book that Andrzej is referring to is on Google
Books, located here:

https://books.google.com/books?id=pTygDQAAQBAJ&lpg=PR9&vq=211&dq=Fundamentals%20of%20Invertebrate%20Palaeontology&pg=PA211#v=snippet&q=211&f=false

...and yes, that opens the graptolite chapter, which looks kind of
mixed to my eye. Some stuff from new literature that I never see
discussed in textbooks, which is commendable, but then there's a lot
of inaccuracies, such as on Figure 7.3.

Cheers,
-Dave Bapst

On Tue, Apr 18, 2017 at 8:29 AM, Andrzej Pisera <apis at twarda.pan.pl> wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> Have you seen already the following textbook published recently by
> (?)Springer?
>
> Fundamentals of Invertebrate Palaeontology. Macrofossils
>
> I have seen only one chapter on sponges (my field of specialization) that is
> astonishing, and I wonder if all chapter are of the same style. If so, what
> is your opinion?
>
> yours sincerely
> Andrzej Pisera
>
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