Fossil Arthropods of Great Britain
Joint Nature Conservation Committee, 2010 - Arthropoda, Fossil - 294 pages
The species of Arthropods is accorded a special status in the GCR series because of the rarity of the fossils. This volume addresses the evolution and diversity of this animal group. The rarer arthropods - and the sites from which the fossils were recovered are described here.
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An Introduction to the fossil arthropods of Great Britain
Arthropod systematics and evolution
Early arthropod evolution and the Cambrian explosion
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angiosperms aquatic arachnids Ardtun arthropods Basin beetles Bembridge Marls biota Bouldnor Britain British Carboniferous Church Hill Cleal Coal Coleoptera crustaceans deposits Devonian Dineley and Metcalf diversity Downton dragonﬂies Durlston Bay Early Cretaceous East Kirkton England environments Eocene eurypterid extinct ﬁg Figure ﬁrst ﬁsh ﬁshes ﬂies ﬂora fossil arthropod fossil insects fossil record Foulden freshwater GCR sites Geological Society Glencartholm Granton Group Gutterford holotype important inﬂuenced Inlier insect fauna insects Isle Jarzembowski Jurassic Kjellesvig-Waering late Leintwardine Limestone locality London Lower Ludford Lane marine metres Midland Valley mudstones myriapod Old Red Sandstone ostracods Palaeogene Palaeontology Palaeozoic Perton Piidoli plants Poxwell preserved Pterygotus Purbeck Quarry reﬂect Rhynie Chert rocks Salter scorpions Scotland sediments sequence shales Shrimp signiﬁcant siltstone Silurian Siveter southem species specimens Stonesﬁeld strata stratigraphical terrestrial Tertiary Trewin Turin Hill Upper Visťan volcanic Waterston Weald Clay Wealden Welsh Borderland Whitcliffe Writhlington