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Volume 21 For 1999

Volume 21 Numbers 1 - 4

  1. MALCOLM F. SYMONDS The Neritidae of the Barton Group (Middle Eocene) of the Hampshire Basin.

  2. DAVID L. HARRISON A new species of Dormouse (Rodentia: Gliridae) from the Creechbarrow Limestone Formation ( late Middle Eocene) of Dorset, England.

  3. Didier MERLE and Jean-Michel PACAUD The first record of Poirieria subcristata (d’Orbigny, 1850) (Muricidae: Muricinae) in the early Cuisian of the Paris Basin (Celles-sur-Aisne, Aizy Formation), with comments on the sculptural evolution of some Palaeocene and Eocene Poirieria and Paziella.

  4. DAVID A. BONE A temporary exposure of the Thames Group (London Clay Formation and Harwich Formation) at Crossbush, near Arundel, West Sussex.

  5. RĂZVAN GIVULESCU The percentage of credibility: a new concept in Tertiary palaeobotany.

  6. ROGER A. HEWITT A review of the Early Eocene nautiloids of the London Clay Formation (upper division C to lowest division E) of south-east England, with particular reference to concretionary horizons and faunules in the offshore facies strata at Southend-on-Sea, Essex and in the adjacent cliffs of the Isle of Sheppey, Kent.

  7. HENRI CAPPETTA & GARY STRINGER A new batoid genus (Neoselachii: Myliobatiformes) from the Yazoo Clay (Late Eocene) of Louisiana, U.S.A.

  8. Marie-Pierre Aubry and the Working Group on the Paleocene/Eocene boundary The Paleocene/Eocene boundary Global Standard Stratotype-section and Point (GSSP): Criteria for Characterisation and Correlation.

  9. J. ALAN HOLMAN Testudinoid turtles from the Late Eocene of the Hampshire Basin, England.

  10. HAKAM Mustafa & IYAD Zalmout Elasmobranchs from the late Eocene Wadi Esh-Shallala Formation of` Qa` Faydat ad Dahikiya, east Jordan.

  11. Robert J. Williams Observations on the London Clay excavation at Aveley, Essex.

  12. Denis GERAADS, Zeresenay ALEMSEGED & Hervé BELLON The late Miocene mammalian fauna of Chorora, Awash basin, Ethiopia: systematics, biochronology and the 40K-40Ar ages of the associated volcanics.

  13. ASHA GUPTA Algal/Fungal Spores from Early Tertiary sediments of Sirmaur District, Himachal Pradesh, India.

  14. John F. Potter The distribution of Bunter quartzites in the London Basin as portrayed by their occurrence in church fabrics.

  15. Dirk C. Hovestadt & Maria Hovestadt-Euler The remains of a carcharhinid shark with a new triakid species in its digestive tract from the Oligocene of Germany.

Date of publication 30th November 2002