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Cover sheet: Cover sheet should contain 1) title, 2) full names and affiliations and their addresses of all authors (or residential address, if an author is unaffiliated), 3) postal and e-mail addresses and phone and fax numbers of the Corresponding Author who takes responsibility for the proofs, and 4) running title composed of no more than 40 characters.

Manuscripts. The main document, containing cover sheet, title, abstract, key words, main text, references, figure and table captions and appendices in that order, should be typed always in double space. Use Times New Roman fonts.

Cover sheet

Title (not more than 40 characters)

Authors name and team

Postal, E-mail address,

Phone and Fax number

TITLE

ฺBrief

Simple

Summarize

Title: A title is to be brief and simple and to summarize

the major scientific results of the paper.

Abstract

Main point

Short

Not exceed 500 word

Abstract: An abstract should be a condensation and concentration of the essential qualities of the paper. All the papers, excluding Short Notes, are to be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 500 words. New taxonomic or stratigraphic names should be mentioned in the abstract.

Key words: Select keywords (not more than six words or phrases) which identify the most important subjects covered by the paper and arrange them in alphabetical order.

Not more than 6 word or phrases

Most important subjects

Main text: Authors should use three or fewer levels of heading to divide the sections of their manuscript. Bibliographical references are to be identified by citing the authors’ names, followed in parentheses by the date of publication, with a page number if desired. All citations must have a corresponding entry in the reference list. References to papers that are not published should be given as ‘in press’ if accepted for publication, Stratigraphic nomenclature must follow the International Stratigraphic Guide. Always italicize genus, subgenus, species, subspecies, variety, and forma names. Words and abbreviations of Latin origin (et al., ca.) should be italicized; customary exceptions are i.e. and e.g. (after the latter no comma is placed). Use italic type for all variables. Set in Roman type: sin, cos, tan, and all similar trigonometric and hyperbolic functions: log for logarithms; quantifiers such as min, max, opt, etc. Diacritical marks should not be used for Thai geographic names unless the editors find them necessary to avoid confusion.

References: Entries are to be listed alphabetically regardless of the number of authors. No abbreviations will be used in article and book titles. Journal titles are written out, not abbreviated. Series and volume are to be given,

  Illustrations: All illustrations, including maps, geologic sections, and halftone illustrations (including ‘‘plates’’) are to be called figures and must be numbered in the same sequence as they are first cited in the text. Citations of illustrations in the text are to be referred to as Fig. (e.g. Fig. 2 or Fig. 2.1).

   An illustration and its caption have to be included in the same printed page. The size of material should be indicated by a scale bar or described in a figure caption (length = 3.5 cm). Indication by magnification (× 3.5) is not allowed

  Figure captions: Figure captions are to be typed separately. The captions should be written in either one of the following two styles. If the caption consists of items, follow the first style. If the caption includes sentence(s), follow the second one.

 

  • Figure 2. Photographs of specimen AP30907 (TF AP30907) and CM30908 (TF CM30908). A, outer surface of right and left valves (AP30907); B, inner surface of right and left valves (AP30907); (An omission) D, inner surface of right valve (CM30908). Arrows show the sections for the acetate peels.

 

  • Figure 3. Schematic illustrations of thecideoid (A) and productide (B, C, D, E) lophophores. A, ontogenetic change in the thecideoid lophophore. Ventral (upper) and anteroventral (lower) views of the internal dorsal area are shown for each morphological type of lophophore. Arrows on the lophophore ridges indicate the postulated direction of the transportation of food particles to the mouth. B, (The rest is omitted).

EXAMPLE

Resolution 300 dpi

CMYK Color mode

Figure 2. Photographs of specimen AP30907 (TF AP30907) and CM30908 (TF CM30908). A, outer surface of right and left valves (AP30907); B, inner surface of right and left valves (AP30907); (An omission) D, inner surface of right valve (CM30908). Arrows show the sections for the acetate peels.

Electronic formats: The preferred word-processing package is Word (Microsoft). For tables, Excel (Microsoft) files are preferable (save each table in a separate file). For illustrations, JPEG PNG TIFF EPS PSD (Adobe Photoshop), or AI (Adobe Illustrator) files are preferred. When preparing color figures, the color mode should be set to CMYK, not RGB. Resolution of all the figures is 300 dpi or less at the time of online submission.

 

The final version of all the figures should be greater than 600 dpi. Authors are asked to deliver their final, revised manuscript in an electronic form preferably as an email attachment. to tgj.2020@gmail.com.

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