a specialist in paleontology
Syn: ↑paleontologist, ↑fossilist
Derivationally related forms: ↑fossil (for: ↑fossilist), ↑palaeontology, ↑paleontology (for: ↑paleontologist)
Hypernyms: ↑scientist
Instance Hyponyms:

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  • William Fox (palaeontologist) — William D. Fox (1813 1881) was an English clergyman and palaeontologist who worked on the Isle of Wight and made some significant discoveries of dinosaur fossils. The Reverend William D. Fox was born in Cumberland. He moved to the Isle of Wight… …   Wikipedia

  • David Lindley (palaeontologist) — David I. Lindley is an Australian palaeontologist. Lindley has made studies on Tertiary echinoderm faunas in Papua New Guinea. In 2002, Lindley finish his research on the Early Devonian acanthodian fish fauna of the Murrumbidgee Group limestones… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyril Walker (palaeontologist) — Cyril Alexander Walker (1939–6 May 2009) was a British palaeontologist, curator of fossil birds in the Natural History Museum. He was also interested in fossil turtles.[1] Walker joined the Museum in 1958 and spent his entire career there,… …   Wikipedia

  • ETHERIDGE, Robert, Jun. (1847-1920) — palaeontologist only son of the distinguished palaeontologist, Robert Etheridge, F.R.S. (1819 1903), was born at Cheltenham, Gloucester, in 1847. He was educated at the royal school of mines, London, and during the 1860s came to Australia. He… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • DUN, William Sutherland (1868-1934) — palaeontologist was the son of Major Percy Henderson Dun and was born at Cheltenham, England, on 1 July 1868. He was brought to Australia when about a year old, and was educated at Newington College and the university of Sydney. He entered the… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

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