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The Palaeontographical Society exists for the purpose of figuring and describing British fossils by publishing monographs. Information about how to join the Society and how to obtain its publications can be found on this site. Intending authors can also download information about submitting a manuscript.

New Logo for the Society

The Palaeontographical Society has adopted a new logo. The specimen featured is Eteoderoceras obesum (Spath, 1925) from the Black Ven Marls, Raricostatum Zone, Densinodulum Subzone, Sinemurian, Lower Jurassic of Stonebarrow, Charmouth, Dorset. It was featured on Plate 10, fig. 2a of one of our recent monographs (Edmunds 2009) and is held in the National Museum of Wales.

Edmunds, M. 2009. A revision of the Lower Jurassic ammonite genus Eoderoceras Spath and its immediate descendants and other relatives. Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society London: 1-89, pls 1-40 (Issue 633, part of Volume 163)

Latest News

Lyell Meeting 2015 - 'Mud, glorious mud, and why it is important for the fossil record'.

The Joint Committee for Palaeontology, of which the Palaeontological Society is a member, presents the Lyell Meeting for 2015, to be held on the 11th March 2015 at The Geological Society, Burlington House, London.

A link to further information has been created in the navigation pane at the top-left of this page.



 

New partnership with Cambridge University Press - digitising and reprinting of C19th monographs

The Palaeontographical Society is pleased to announce a new partnership with Cambridge University Press, who have begun a process of scanning and reprinting out-of-print monographs and offering them for sale at very reasonable prices through their website (click here).

The first to be available are Darwin's monographs on barnacles (1851, 1854), Owen & Bell's on Tertiary Reptilia (1849–58), and Arthur Smith Woodward's on Chalk (1902–12) and Wealden and Purbeck (1916–19) fishes.  For each of these works the relevant parts have been combined into a single publication, making them extremely convenient and excellent value.

The process will be ongoing, and links to reprints will be advertised on our homepage and through our own online shop as they become available.

 


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