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The Dennis Curry Collection at the Natural History Museum, London
Caroline Hensley & Lucy A. Muir

Appearing in: Whittaker, J. E. & Hart, M. B. (eds) Micropalaeontology, Sedimentary Environments and Stratigraphy: A Tribute to Dennis Curry (1912–2001). The Micropalaeontological Society, Special Publications, 11–15. DOI: 10.1144/TMS004.2

The tables give a list of localities for which material is present in the Curry Collection, together with the age (where known) and the type of material. Benthic molluscs are mostly bivalves and gastropods, with some scaphopods and a few chitons. Samples may be washed residues or bulk samples. Slide may mean picked assemblage slide, palynological slide or a thin section. Vertebrates are mostly otoliths, but the collection also includes shark teeth, fish bones and a few mammal remains. Barnacles comprise the majority of the arthropod material. Most of the plant material is calcareous algae.