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    TRILOBITI

    BDCIron, lorsque la présentation en Belgique à Paleotime du livre, un revendeur français m'a presque demandé en genoux de publier le volume en langue française... malheureusement traduire un livre pareil en langue de Molière, coûte plus que l'impression des livres même. Donc pas possible (le prix par copie risque d'exploser). Il y a la par contre la version en anglais, mais pas à jour comme celle-ci que je propose, surtout à niveau d'iconographie, classification et planches. Merci Philippe, en effet j'ai eu pas mal d'acheteurs en Chine, USA, Allemagne, Espagne, Pays Bas... bien qu'il y a pas mal de texte, les images n'ont pas de "limites internationaux" :-) Enrico
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    TRILOBITI

    Chers tous, un court texte juste pour vous annoncer que je viens de publier une mise à jour du livre de Trilobite "Back to the Past" en version italienne.... (oui je sais, je vois beaucoup de gens déçus...) Cette nouvelle version présente plusieurs mises à jour, comme les dernières classifications des ordres (mais sûrement pas les définitives !) suivant Adrain 2011, 2013 et d'autres auteurs, le volume est composée de plus de 480 pages, un poster plié A2 inclus, de nouvelles planches, des images magnifiques à jour et de nouveaux chapitres (ontologie, couleurs, origines...). N'hésitez pas à demander si quelqu'un est intéressé ; vous pouvez avoir accès à d'autres informations ici : trilobiti_guida_essenziale_al_riconosciento_e_classificazione.pdf ou consultez mon site https://www.enrico-bonino.eu Ci de suite l'introduction écrite par Sam Gon III: --------------------------------------------------- Trilobites have been a delightful obsession of mine for many years. As a young graduate student in Zoology over 40 years ago, I gravitated to these amazing Paleozoic arthropods, whose huge diversity and worldwide presence symbolized the diversification of life on Earth. I remember hunting for and devouring any books that offered significant focus on the Trilobita. My obsession eventually found virtual expression when in 1999, 20 years ago now (!), I first unveiled A Guide to the Orders of Trilobites, a website celebrating trilobite diversity and evolution. That website, still active today, opened international doors for me, introducing me to like-minded trilobitophiles on all continents, and confirming for me that trilobites were worthy of life-long dedication. One of these “fellow trilobitophiles” is Enrico Bonino. So when Enrico announced that he and Carlo Kier were working on a book dedicated to trilobites, it drew my attention immediately. It was not a primarily technical work, such as the Treatise of Invertebrate Paleontology (Volume O - the so-called “Trilobite Bible”), and yet neither was it a purely popular account. The authors offer us a substantive work, exploring the “world of trilobites,” their origins, morphology, classification, ecology, and paleogeography in extensively researched and richly illustrated sections, then present a large photographic catalogue of trilobites (and some close relatives) organized in geochronological order and by lagerstätte - one can see trilobites from all over the world, over 1000 species illustrated - more than adequate to illustrate the richness and distinctiveness of this singularly wonderful class of ancient arthropods. Even some specimens only very recently discovered (in the first decades of this new millennium) and published are included, like the giant asaphids from the Valongo Formation of Portugal, and the belgian Ohleum magreani. Because new trilobites are discovered every year, and research continues on this fascinating group, the book you hold now is expanded from the original edition that appeared in 2009: new information on trilobite eggs and ontogeny, new localities to showcase, even major changes in the classification of trilobites, with new Orders to consider. This book illustrates how dynamic and fresh the study of trilobites remains in the 21st century. A work such as this could not have come into being without the cooperation of a large, international community of collectors, preparators, researchers, and public institutions that participated in sharing some of the finest trilobite specimens known, and I enjoyed contributing illustrations and feedback to this project over the years. The majority of the trilobites in this book are to be found in the Back To The Past Museum (an impressive collection, one of the best private exhibitions of trilobites in the world), but in addition, it was a delight to recognize specimens coming from other notable collectors and colleagues such as Peter Cameron, Sam Stubbs, Mark Marshall, Jake Skabelund and many others not possible to enumerate here. Like many who devote their lives to our extinct trilobed antecedents, Enrico and Carlo don’t consider the amount of time, research, international networking, and artistic creation that resulted in this book. It is a product of the joy that comes from immersion into the world of creatures hundreds of millions of years gone by, a joy that now we can all share, no matter what language we speak! Samuel M. Gon III, Ph.D. Honolulu, Hawai`i --------------------------------------------------- Bien cordialement, Enrico
  3. Merci beaucoup à l’équipe de Fossiles, revue française de paléontologie, pour la sympa recension du livre "Spiagge Cambriane"
  4. Bonjour à toute le monde, je ne vais pas à ajouter plus de texte par rapport "au éloge" écrit par fossilo19 sur le livre que je lui ai envoyé. Si entre vous il y a quelqu’un intéressé au livre n’hésitez pas à demander. Je vais copier/coller de suite quelque commentaire envoyé par des professionnels/collectionneurs qu'ils on eu le "courage" d'acheter le livre en italien... :-) - The book is a work of art---beautifully layed out, and masterfully illustrated. I can't comment on the text yet. It will take me some time to translate it in pieces using Google Translate. (C.K.G, Wisconsin, USA) - Just opened the book and it is visually absolutely magnificent! Very much look forward to start browsing. (S.J., Spain) - Mon épouse ****** qui ne lit pas l'anglais mais pratique l'italien est ravie d'avoir un livre magnifiquement illustré dont elle va pouvoir savourer le texte! (G.C., France) - Complimenti Enrico, ho visto la presentazione, hai fatto un lavoro magnifico! [...] Avendo una buona esperienza editoriale posso affermare che *** ha perfettamente ragione: i complimenti te li meriti tutti! (G.R., Italia) -The book is more than fantastic, WOW! What a good work ! Again very good reconstructions you mad, I can understand the language. Super photo's and the very good poster, yes I will tell it in my network! It came in very good order, so the box works well! I mean you made ;-) (P.H., The Netherlands) - I read every day in the book, and always discover new information and aspects! (U.M.T., Germany)
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