NCFC Meeting - September 2014

Trip Date: 
Sun, 09/21/2014
 
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Volume II (Mollusks), by John Timmerman and Richard Chandler was offcially rolled out at the meeting.  It was reviewed by Lyle and David Campbell who provided extensive and thorough reviews.

The main speaker for this meeting was Dr. Lyle Campbell. Dr. Campbell has been for many years a major figure in Atlantic Coastal Plain paleontology, especially with regard to mollusks. His son David, the other reviewer, will accompany him.

Volume II contains more than 260 12"× 9" pages, most of them containing four photographs of mollusks each. Within the
two main Classes, Bivalvia and Gastropoda, the organization is by Family. Each Family is headed by a photograph of a modern
representative of that Family, chosen from the western Atlantic, if possible, and with preference given to shells personally collected by John and me. The cover has three watercolors of representative mollusks by Rick Bennett.

Volume II Table of Contents:
Class Polyplacophora
Class Cephalopoda
Class Scaphopoda
Class Bivalvia
Class Gastropoda
References
Geological Formations – Flora and Fauna

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