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Although their value as palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic proxies is widely acknowledged, ostracods have traditionally been considered to be of only limited use in British Pleistocene biostrati-graphy. To some extent this is due to the patchy and fragmentary nature of most onshore Pleistocene deposits, precluding the establishment of long, continuous records on which to base species ranges. It is also a result of taxonomic continuity; the majority of British Pleistocene species are still alive today and relatively few extinct taxa, such as might provide stratigraphical markers, have been recognized. Examples of the latter were discussed by Griffiths (2001) in his...

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