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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Arthropod systematics and evolution
Fossil evidence for herbivory in arthropods
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