In The Ordovician System: Proceedings of a Palaeontological Association Symposium, Birmingham, September 1974, pp.
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PalAss stands for Palaeontological Association (UK)
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Professor Mark Purnell of the University of Leicester Department of Geology, and a council member of the Palaeontological Association, publishers of the research on the Spanish fossil eggs study, said: "Where do Easter eggs come from?
2010, Microfossil evidence for diverse macroscopic crustaceans in the middle Cambrian Earlie Formation of Saskatchewan (abstract): Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting 2010, Palaeontological Association Newsletter, v.
In The Ordovician System: Proceedings of a Palaeontological Association Symposium, Birmingham, September 1974 (Bassett, M.
org/), to the most fossilized, such as the Palaeontological Association (http://www.
In The Ordovician System: Proceedings of Palaeontological Association Symposium, Birmingham, September 1974 (Bassett, M.
Field Excursion Guide, Bornholm, Denmark; Third International Conference of Graptolite Working Group of the International Palaeontological Association.
In The Ordovician System: Proceedings of a Palaeontological Association Symposium.