Geological Curator 11(6) - just publishedGeological Curator 11(6) has just been published!

Featuring our very own Nigel Larkin (he's the one behind the dinosaur...) on the front cover, we have just published Geological Curator 11(6).

Inside you will also find articles about a hidden Pleistocene mammal assemblage from a Flemish Valley, European collections of Argentinian mammal material, a new award for Belgian citizen palaeontologists, and the collection of John Woodward (1665–1728).

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