The Pander Society
The Pander Society is an international association of palaeontologists and stratigraphers with a common interest in the study of conodonts. The purpose of the Society is to encourage the exchange of information about conodont research. The Society is informal and has no constitution, by-laws, or fees for membership. Anyone with an active interest in conodonts can join the Society simply by registering with the Chief Panderer, Maria Cristina Perri, either using the form (link in the navigation menu) or by email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
To access the annual Newsletter or other information contained in this site, use the navigation buttons on the left.
Because of its informal nature, a meeting of the Pander Society could be said to take place on any occasion when two or more members meet to discuss conodonts. There are, however, a number of more significant meetings each year. Among other things, reports of meetings and announcements of forthcoming gatherings of conodont workers are included in the newsletter.
The Pander Society website is hosted by the University of Leicester's Department of Geology. If you encounter any errors or difficulties with the Pander Society web pages, please contact Mark Purnell.