In the words of the authors of this new book ‘In the 25 years since the first, highly successful, edition of Microfossils was published there have been significant advances in all the areas of understanding of microscopic life and their fossil counterparts’. This is certainly true and, over much of that 25 years, Microfossils (Brasier, 1980, with reprints in 1983, with reprints in 1988, with reprints in 1992) has been the standard reference for most UK students of micropalaeontology. Throughout most of that time, however, Microfossils was (almost) the only viable text available as other volumes (Haq...

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