Fusulinid Studies, 1934-1937 (13 papers bound in one volume)
By Thompson, M. L.
Pp. 249; numerous black-and-white photos. Early wine red cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, lg 8vo. Presents 13 papers on fusulinids from journals in America, Europe and Japan. Many are inscribed by the author, Luke Thompson, to William M. Furnish. From the research library of paleontologist William Furnish with his signature on the front wrapper. A front is a typewritten contents page that lists all of the titles and pages on which they occur. The Fusulinids are an extinct order within the Foraminifera in which the tests (shells) are composed of tightly packed, secreted microgranular calcite. These fossils range from the Lower Silurian to the Upper Permian; all species went extinct with the Permian–Triassic extinction event (modified after Wiki).
|Publisher Place||Various places|
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|Condition Description||A tight and clean copy in near fine condition.|