Fossil Crustaceans
Conference to celebrate the life and work of
JOE COLLINS

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Any enquiries, please email: crustaceans@geologistsassociation.org.uk

Joe Collins Conference Talks


Welcome and Introduction

  • Claire Mellish, Natural History Museum with contribution from Susan Brown, GA and Rockwatch
    A celebration of Joe Collins
  • Stephen Collins, son of Joe Collins
    Growing up with fossils

Andrew S. Gale, Portsmouth University,
UK Darwin's “beloved barnacles” – fossil and living cirripedes

Jeff Saward
Fossil crustacea from the London Clay of Essex

John W.M. Jagt, Natuurhistorisch Museum, Maastricht, Netherlands & contributors René H.B. Fraaije & Barry W.M. Van Bakel Oertijdmuseum, Boxtel, Netherlands
Ferry Across The North Sea – Joe’s Collecting of Fossil Cirripedes and Crabs in the Netherlands and Belgium

Barry W.M. Van Bakel Oertijdmuseum, Boxtel, Netherlands
The Palaeocorystoid crabs as ancestors of raninid crabs (frog crabs) - with a special focus on Joeranina.

Matus Hyzny, Comenius University, Bratislava
On the remarkable Paleogene ghost shrimp from the Isle of Wight, England

Fernando Ari Ferratges, Kwekel Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Paleoenvironmental influence on decapod crustaceans abundance and diversity from middle and upper Eocene at south-central Pyrenees, Spain

Javier Luque, Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA
The Crab Tree of Life and the origins of crab-like forms

Jon Noad & Carrie E. Schweitzer. Jon Noad, University of Adelaide, Australia. Carrie E. Schweitzer, Kent State University at Stark, Ohio.
US Changes in Southeast Asian crustacean (Brachyura) faunal distributions from the Lower Miocene to Recent; a case study utilizing data from the Miocene Sandakan Formation, eastern Sabah

Liam Herringshaw
Ancient Crustaceans as Ecosystem Engineers

Any questions to authors: email crustaceans@geologistsassociation.org.uk




Welcome and Introduction

  • Claire Mellish, Natural History Museum with contribution from Susan Brown, GA and Rockwatch
    A celebration of Joe Collins
  • Stephen Collins, son of Joe Collins
    Growing up with fossils


Andrew S. Gale, Portsmouth University,
UK Darwin's “beloved barnacles” – fossil and living cirripedes



Jeff Saward
Fossil crustacea from the London Clay of Essex




John W.M. Jagt, Natuurhistorisch Museum, Maastricht, Netherlands & contributors René H.B. Fraaije & Barry W.M. Van Bakel Oertijdmuseum, Boxtel, Netherlands
Ferry Across The North Sea – Joe’s Collecting of Fossil Cirripedes and Crabs in the Netherlands and Belgium



Barry W.M. Van Bakel Oertijdmuseum, Boxtel, Netherlands
The Palaeocorystoid crabs as ancestors of raninid crabs (frog crabs) - with a special focus on Joeranina.



Matus Hyzny, Comenius University, Bratislava
On the remarkable Paleogene ghost shrimp from the Isle of Wight, England



Fernando Ari Ferratges, Kwekel Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Paleoenvironmental influence on decapod crustaceans abundance and diversity from middle and upper Eocene at south-central Pyrenees, Spain



Javier Luque, Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA
The Crab Tree of Life and the origins of crab-like forms



Jon Noad & Carrie E. Schweitzer. Jon Noad, University of Adelaide, Australia. Carrie E. Schweitzer, Kent State University at Stark, Ohio.
US Changes in Southeast Asian crustacean (Brachyura) faunal distributions from the Lower Miocene to Recent; a case study utilizing data from the Miocene Sandakan Formation, eastern Sabah




Liam Herringshaw
Ancient Crustaceans as Ecosystem Engineers