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Creatceous and Paleogene Fossils and Neogene and Quaternary Fossils of North Carolina - 2 Volume Set

Creatceous and Paleogene Fossils and Neogene and Quaternary Fossils of North Carolina - 2 Volume Set

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Cretaceous and Paleogene Fossils of North Carolina
A Field Guide
by Richard Chandler with Illustrations by John Timmerman

No ISBN, published in 2019, by the North Carolina Fossil Club, 21.5 by 13 cm., 5.25 by 8.5 inches, cardboard covers, 70 pages, illustrated with stippled black and white drawings

This is an excellent field guide to the rich fossil fauna of  molluscs and fauna  that lived in North Carolina in the eras given in the title. It is a companion to the earlier book, "Neogene and Quaternary Fossil of North Carolina" by Chandler and Timmerman, the revised and expanded 2011 edition. Both books have brief but well written introductory pages and at the heart of the book are really well done drawings by Timmerman that will help to make identification of specimens easier.  I recommend buying both of these volumes since both will have great value for field collectors and for paleontologists.


Neogene and Quarternary Fossils of North Carolina
A Field Guide  -revised and expanded 2011 edition
by Richard Chandler with Illustrations by John Timmerman

 ISBN 978- 0-9847282-0-6, published in 2011, by the North Carolina Fossil Club, 21.5 by 13 cm., 5.25 by 8.5 inches, cardboard covers, 58 pages, illustrated with stippled black and white drawings

This is an excellent field guide to the rich fossil fauna of  molluscs and other forms of life that lived in North Carolina in the eras given in the title. It is a companion to the later book, "Cretaceous and Paleogene Fossils of North Carolina" by Chandler and Timmerman,published in 2019. Both books have brief but well written introductory pages and at the heart of the book are really well done drawings by Timmerman that will help to make identification of specimens easier.  I recommend buying both of these volumes since both will have great value for field collectors and for paleontologists.









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