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732A diverse assemblage of exquisite Pliocene mosses from northern New ZealandPaleobotanyGeary, Ian; Beever, Jessica; Lee, Daphne; Conran, John; Lord, Janice.paleobotany
Fossil bryophytes
663A latest Permian high-latitude Glossopteris floraPaleobotanyRyberg, Patricia E.; Serbet, Rudolph; Atkinson, Brian; Isbell, John; Ives, Elizabeth; Taylor, Edith L..Glossopteris
Antarctica
Late Permian
116A new conifer taxon based on anatomically preserved leafy shoots from the Upper Cretaceous, James Ross Basin, Antarctic PeninsulaPaleobotanyPipo, M Laura; Iglesias, Ari; Bodnar, Josefina.Cretaceous
Antarctica
conifer
anatomy
Leaf
Concretion
Gondwana
Cuticle
Peel 
Araucariaceae
Podocarpaceae
423Angiosperm wood-colonizing fungi (Ascomycota) from the Upper Cretaceous of New Mexico, USAPaleobotanyHarper, Carla; Parrott, Joan; Upchurch, Garland; Krings, Michael.fossil fungi
conidia
plant-fungus interaction
Campanian
wood fungus
symbiosis
879A silicified endocarp of Phytocreneae (Icacinaceae) from the early Paleocene of Patagonia, southern South AmericaPaleobotanyPoore, Colton; Jud , Nathan A; GANDOLFO , MARIA A.endocarp
fossil
Icacinaceae
paleocene
Patagonia
paleobotany
Phytocreneae
Micro CT-scan
186A vessel-less stem with cambial variants from the Late Cretaceous of AntarcticaPaleobotanyPipo, M Laura; Bodnar, Josefina; Iglesias, Ari.Chloranthaceae
Sarcandra
stem anatomy
wood
cambial variants
Cretaceous
Antarctica
Gondwana
948Building a Quantitative Framework for Assessing Seed Dispersal Syndrome in Grasses During the Cenozoic Spread of GrasslandsPaleobotanyBrightly, William; Stromberg, Caroline.seed dispersal
grassland
Great Plains
220Culcita remberi sp. nov., a tree fern from the Miocene of northern IdahoPaleobotanyPinson, Jerald; Manchester, Steven; Sessa, Emily.fossil
Miocene
Polypodiopsida
sporangia
Tree fern
953Diversity and distribution of Monocots from a single tuff layer in the upper Campanian Jose Creek Member, McRae Formation of New MexicoPaleobotanyContreras, Dori; Upchurch, Garland; Looy, Cindy.angiosperms
monocots
Campanian
Cretaceous
fossil leaves
paleobotany
540Evolution of phytolith deposition in modern bryophytes and implications for the fossil record and influence on silica cycle of early land plantsPaleobotanyThummel, Ryan; Brightly, William; Stromberg, Caroline.phytolith
bryophyte
silica cycle
early land plants
462Exploring anatomical variation of Pteruchus (Corystospermales) from the Triassic of AntarcticaPaleobotanyHodges, Nicholas; Atkinson, Brian; Serbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L..Pteruchus
anatomy
Corystosperm
Triassic
Antarctica
539Hidden gems in the Cretaceous Dakota Sandstone of KansasPaleobotanyManchester, Steven.fruits
paleobotany
Cretaceous
629Incertae sedis: Unidentified late Eocene plants in the collection of Florissant Fossil Beds National MonumentPaleobotanyAllen, Sarah; Meyer, Herbert; Thornton, Carolyn; Manchester, Steven.paleobotany
Eocene
Florissant
National Park Service
Leaves
flowers
fruits
327Initial diversification of rosids: Fossil evidence for a Cretaceous origin of the Mahogany family, Meliaceae (Sapindales)PaleobotanyAtkinson, Brian.Cretaceous
Meliaceae
rosids
malvids
core eudicots
fruit
anatomy
150Late Cretaceous diversification of cupressaceous conifers; a taiwanioid seed cone from the Eden Main, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaPaleobotanyStockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Atkinson, Brian.Cupressaceae
taiwanioid
Late Cretaceous
seed cone
874New fossil plant assemblage from Late Triassic Chinle Formation, Petrified Forest National Park, ArizonaPaleobotanyHu, Shusheng.fossil plants
assemblage
Late Triassic
Chinle Formation
Arizona
731New Late Pliocene floras from northern New Zealand: The last remnants of warm-indicative taxa?PaleobotanyGeary, Ian; Beever, Jessica; Hayward, Bruce; Lee, Daphne; Conran, John; Lord, Janice.paleobotany
Fossil bryophytes
fossil fungi
Fossil seeds
898Paleobotanical Digital Data Migration, Management and StandardizationPaleobotanyWilkins, Alyson E.; Serbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L..collections
digitization
paleobotany
651Paleobotanical record from the Descanso­-Yauri Basin, Peru: insights into the Neogene paleoclimate and elevation history of the Central Andean PlateauPaleobotanyMartinez Aguillon, Camila; Crepet, William; Jaramillo, Carlos; Aliaga, AngĂ©lica; Moreno, Federico.
981Paleoclimate and taphonomic implications of a palynological sample from the Jones Branch interval, Catahoula FormationPaleobotanyBaghai-Riding, Nina; Axsmith, Brian; Phillips, George.palynomorph
late Oligocene
megafossil
821Palynology and Paleovegetational Reconstruction of Lagos Coastal Environment, Southwestern NigeriaPaleobotanyAdekanmbi, Helen; Ajikah, Linus; Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin.Palynomorphs
Vegetation
Paleoclimate
Late Holocene
Lagos
215Phylogenetic position of mid-Cretaceous members of Magnoliales: updated status and implicationsPaleobotanyDoyle, James; Endress, Peter.angiosperms
Magnoliales
paleobotany
phylogeny
Cretaceous
337Preliminary analysis reveals a diversity of Quercus fruit/cupule morphotypes from two Late Miocene localities in eastern North AmericaPaleobotanyStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian.Brandywine Formation
Mauvilla Site
Miocene
Quercus
cupule
161Small things matter too: A minute mantled reproductive unit from the Lower Devonian Windyfield chertPaleobotanyVarela, Nancy; Harper, Carla; Krings, Michael.fossil fungi
Devonian
Zygomycete
Windyfield chert
Rhynie chert
hyphal investment
890Taxonomic composition of the Neogene Gray Fossil Site carpoflora (Tennessee, USA)PaleobotanyHermsen, Elizabeth J..Neogene
Gray Fossil Site
Tennessee
angiosperms
396The fossil record and the assembly of the plant genomePaleobotanyStrother, Paul; Taylor, Wilson.nematoclast
origin of plants
Bower
terrestrialization
canalization
Adinosporus
Tetrahedraletes
231Unraveling the diversity of mycelial cords from the Lower Devonian Rhynie chertPaleobotanyFoster, Madison; Harper, Carla; Krings, Michael.fossil fungi
glomeromycota
plant-fungus interaction
Devonian
categorization
548Was Araucaria Sec. Eutacta living in Eocene Patagonia? Systematic revision of Araucaria pichileufensis indicates an Australasian rainforest connection PaleobotanyRossetto, Gabriella; Escapa, Ignacio; Wilf, Peter.Araucariaceae
Araucaria
Patagonia
Eocene
paleobotany
Gondwana
Biogeography

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