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Book Review: Fossil Insects: An introduction to palaeoentomology

Posted by David Penney on

A nice review of our recent title: Fossil Insects: An introduction to palaeoentomology by David Penney & James E. Jepson has just been published in Priscum, the newsletter of the Paleontological Society (USA, Winter 2016 - volume 23, part 1, pages 42-43). The summary paragraph reads as follows:

"In summary, Fossil Insects: An Introduction to Palaeoentomology is illustrated with 240 high-quality figures; most of them color photographs and found only published in this book. Overall this book is a great addition for everyone with an interest in entomology/ paleoentomology. For amateurs, it gives a nice introduction to the fossil record of insects. For professionals, it offers fantastic images of fossil insects from the most important deposits known to date, as well as a quick reference to the most important insect groups and their basic identification, including an extensive reference list."

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