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OK, the following isn't about dinosaurs, but it's possible that persons who
subscribe to this list will also be interested in less flashy components of late
Mesozoic and Cenozoic terrestrial faunas.
I think this may be the prettiest book we've done yet. Stay tuned. We have
several other interesting titles in the works, many of them dinosaur-related.
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Subject: new book
Author: Farlow at ZZSC1POST
Date: 5/8/00 12:57 PM
I'm happy to announce publication of J. Alan Holman, 2000, _Fossil
Snakes of North America: Origin, Evolution, Distribution,
Paleoecology_, Indiana University Press, ISBN 0-253-33721-6, 357 pp.,
the latest entry in my "Life of the Past" series. This is more a
reference work than light bedtime reading. Al describes the
characteristic features of known genera and species, and reproduces
dozens of drawings of fossil specimens. In addition, there are
beautiful color photos of living representatives of the various
groups. Information is presented both systematically, and by
locality. Al ends by discussing snake faunas over time.