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B. Relevant books on invertebrate paleontology, zoology, and evolution that have been sources of much of the information incorporated in this atlas

Bernhard, C. C, ed. 1966. The junctional organization of the compound eye. Proc. Int. Symp., Stockholm, Oct. 1965. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

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Gould, S. J. 1989. Wonderful life—The Burgess shale and the nature of history. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. An exciting account of the revolutionary findings of the Burgess fauna and its implications on our views concerning the diversity of life forms.

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C. Other sourcebooks on fossils, fossil collecting, and trilobites

Boardman, R. S., A. H. Cheetham, and A. J. Rowell, eds. 1987. Fossil invertebrates. Palo Alto, CA: Blackwell Scientific Publications. A broad coverage of the fossil record of invertebrates, with a nicely illustrated chapter on the Arthropoda by R. A. Robison and R. L. Kaesler.

Eldredge, N. 1991. Fossils—The evolution and extinction of species. New York: H. N. Abrams, Inc. An up-to-date view of the fossil record and its interpretation, in large, elegant format.

Gunther, L. F., and V. G. Gunther. 1981. Some Middle Cambrian fossils of Utah. Brigham Young University Geology Studies, vol. 28, part 1. A nicely illustrated guide to Utah's trilobite collecting and fauna.

MacFall, R. P., and J. Wollin. 1972. Fossils for amateurs. New York: Van Nostrand. Broad coverage of fossil collecting and preparation. (Several photographs originate from R. Levi-Setti, apparently without knowledge on the part of the authors, and the fossils represented are unfortunately misidentified.)

Miiller, A. H. 1962. Aus Jahrmillionen: Tiere der Vorzeit. Jena: G. Fisher

Verlag. A beautiful collection of large-format photographs of invertebrate and vertebrate fossils, in black and white.

Other sourcebooks on fossils, fossil collecting, and trilobites

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