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DINOSAURS OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT
Following Tracy's comments regarding Darren Naish and David Martill new
book "Dinosaurs from the Isle of Wight", I don't think I can recommend
it enough. We have been needing this book for a very long time!
Considering that the fossil material coming from the Isle of Wight is at
best scrappy, they have done an incredible job: Not many times you can
see so much information taken from so few bones... it has almost as much
information as a book about American or Canadian collections!
It also updates the enormous amount of lost, scattered and misclassified
bones, dating back to Buckland, Mantell and Fox and many of them in
Plenty of photographs and detailed analyses...not only that, the
cladograms (illustrated by Darren) are excellent and updated to the last
So it is indeed a must!
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