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Are you sure you want to remove The polyzoa of some British Jurassic clays from your list? The polyzoa of some British Jurassic clays. Published 1969 by British Museum (Natural History) in London. British Museum (Natural History), Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), geology vol. 18, no. 2, Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). v. 2. Classifications.
All three bryozoans belong to the class Stenolaemata. Some features of their colonial organization and environmental conditions are discussed. L. J. Pitt and H. D. Thomas, The Polyzoa of Some British Jurassic Clays, Bull. new taxa Bryozoa Stenolaemata Jurassic Callovian Oxfordian Russia Moscow Kostroma.
The polyzoa of some british jurassic clays. BY LESLIE JOHN PITT & the late HENRY DIGHTON THOMAS Pp. 29-38; 4 Plates BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM (NATURAL HISTORY) GEOLOGY Vol. 18 No. 2 LONDON: 1969 British Museum (Natural History). English: A View at Lloyds after a Stormy Night (caricature) Hand-coloured.
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Known as: Leslie C Pitt, Leslie L Pittor Has lived in: Cornelius, NCIndian Land, SCLancaster, S. . Redox conditions during sedimentation of the Middle Jurassic (Upper Bajocian-Bathonian) clays of the Polish Jura (south-central Poland). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology Series 18, 29-38. A Jurassic cheilostome from England, 447-461.
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Polyzoa, et. Among our early contributors stands the well-known name of George Busk, author of a Catalogue of Polyzoa in the British Museum (1852–54) and a most valuable monograph on the Polyzoa of the Crag (Pal. So. 1859)
Polyzoa, et. 1859). Busk sent a paper (in 1866) to this Magazine on Polyzoa from the London Clay of Highgate, describing three genera and species new to science. Professor H. A. Nicholson wrote on Callopora in crassata from the Devonian of Canada; on Heterodictya from the Devonian of Ontario; and on the geological distribution of Solenopora compacta (1885).