III.—Notes on Myriopoda. XIX. A Revision of some Fossil Material from Sparth Bottoms, Lancs.

@article{JacksonIIINotesOM,
  title={III.—Notes on Myriopoda. XIX. A Revision of some Fossil Material from Sparth Bottoms, Lancs.},
  author={J W Jackson and Hilde K. Brade-Birke and S. Graham Brade-Birke},
  journal={Geological Magazine},
  volume={6},
  pages={406 - 411}
}
A Careful examination of four fossil millipedes from the Middle Coal-measures of Sparth Bottoms, Rochdale, three preserved in the Manchester Museum and one in Mr. H. Howard's private collection, has revealed some striking features which seem to justify a re-description of the whole material. 

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