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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
639Additional diversity in Early Devonian floras of the Beartooth Butte Formation (Wyoming)
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Paleobotanical SectionDattola, Melissa A.; Caruso, Joseph A.; Nauman, Brandon N.; Tomescu, Alexandru MF.Devonian
Fossil
Drepanophycus
Wyoming
737Additional Observations on Buriadia from the Permian of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionSerbet, Rudolph; Taylor, Thomas N.; Taylor, Edith L..Buriadia
Antarctica
Permian
morphology
755Anatomically preserved fossil moss gametophytes from the Eocene of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
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Paleobotanical SectionSteenbock, Christopher M.; Stockey, Ruth A.; Beard, Graham; Tomescu, Alexandru MF.Eocene
moss
Fossil
Tertiary
Permineralized
anatomically preserved
Gametophyte
phyllidia
caulidia
467Ancient Cyperaceae: evidence for widespread tropical forest sedges from the Eocene of Europe
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Paleobotanical SectionSmith, Selena Y.; Collinson, Margaret E.; Simpson, David A.; Rudall, Paula, J.; Marone, Federica; Stampanoni, Marco.Cyperaceae
Eocene
Messel
synchrotron radiation X-ray microtomography
59A New Fossil Flora from the Mississippian (Visean) Pride Mountain Formation of northern Alabama
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Paleobotanical SectionDunn, Michael T.lycopsid
Pride Mountain Formation
Mississippian
Visean
698A new ovulate cone (Cupressaceae: Sequoioideae) from the Appian Way (Eocene), British Columbia, Canada
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Paleobotanical SectionRamírez Peña, Dora L.; Hernandez-Castillo, Genaro R.; Stockey, Ruth A.; Beard, Graham.Cupressaceae
Ovulate cone
Eocene
Canada
Permineralized
777A new paleoflora from the Miocene Middle Fork Eel River coal-bearing beds, Mendocino County, California, U.S.A
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Paleobotanical SectionErwin, Diane M.; Bartley, Russell H.; Bartley, Sylvia E.; Springer, David J..Neogene vegetation
California
Northern Coast Ranges
palynology
coal
Mendocino County
460A Novel Technique for Sectioning Hard Fruits, Seeds, and Other Plant Organs for Use in Transmitted or Reflected Light Microscopy (LM)
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Witt; Farruggia, Frank T.; Benedict, John C..anatomy
sclereid
technique
preparation
Fossil
Seed
Fruit
thin-section
839A permineralized fruit with winged seeds from the Deccan Intertrappean sediments of India
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Paleobotanical SectionKAPGATE, DASHRATH; Manchester, Steven R.; Chitaley, Shyamala.
152A permineralized gymnosperm trunk with preserved cortex from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica: anatomy and affinities
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Paleobotanical SectionDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Taylor, Edith L.; Taylor, Thomas N..Triassic
Antarctica
gymnosperm
trunk
anatomy
291A reassessment of permineralized glossopterid ovulate structures from the Central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionRyberg, Patricia E.; Taylor, Edith L..Glossopteridales
Antarctica
Permian
Megasporophyll
permineralization
98A Triassic Mystery Solved - Fertile Pekinopteris auriculata
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Paleobotanical SectionAxsmith, Brian; Skog, Judith E.. Triassic
ferns
Schizaeales
Pekin Formation
27Chytrids in zygopterid ferns: evidence from the Upper Pennsylvanian Grand’Croix cherts (Saint-Etienne basin, France)
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Paleobotanical SectionKrings, Michael; Taylor, Thomas N.; Galtier, Jean.Carboniferous
Chytridiomycota
Rhizomycelium
Zoosporangium
671Comparison of polyvinylsiloxane impression material for use in SEM plant macrofossil analyses
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Paleobotanical SectionHalbrook, Kandres; Smith, Steven; Holbrook, Billie M.; Espiriti , Alva .macrofossil
dental impression
SEM
847Compound leaves and inflorescences and of the extinct Platanus neptuni complex in the Oligocene of Oregon, USA—a biogeographic connection with the Tertiary of Europe
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Paleobotanical SectionKvacek, Zlatko; Manchester, Steven R..
188Cuticular analysis of a very diverse Late Triassic Dicroidium assemblage from Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionBomfleur, Benjamin; Kerp, Hans.Dicroidium
cuticular analysis
Triassic
Transantarctic Mountains
systematic palaeobotany
epidermal anatomy
563Disentangling ecological and phylogenetic signals in leaf venation patterns
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Paleobotanical SectionGreen, Walton; Hickey, L. J.; Little, Stefan A.; Price, Charles; Weitz, Joshua; Wing, Scott L..leaf traits
leaf architecture
leaf rank
venation
image analysis
607Disparate Climate Signals from Plant Megafloras and Palynofloras in the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation, U.S.A
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Paleobotanical SectionBaghai-Riding, Nina L.; Hotton, Carol.Mesozoic
paleoecology
paleoclimate
taphonomy
464Early Cretaceous monocots: a phylogenetic evaluation
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Paleobotanical SectionDoyle, James A.; Endress, Peter K.; Upchurch, Garland.Cretaceous
monocots
paleobotany
phylogeny
129Evaluation of fossil myxomycetes in amber: a myxomycologists’ perspective
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Paleobotanical SectionKeller, Harold W.; Everhart, Sydney E..Myxomycetes
Fossil
amber
579Evidence for phylogenetic relationships among conifers: the first organismal concept for an extinct species of Pinus
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Paleobotanical SectionKlymiuk, Ashley A.; Stockey, Ruth A.; Rothwell, Gar W..anatomy
Eocene
Pinus
organismal concept
Fossil
Conifer
142Evidence that the enigmatic Paleozoic macrofossil Prototaxites formed from wind-rolled liverwort mats
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Paleobotanical SectionGraham, Linda E.; Cook, Martha E.; Hanson, David T..Prototaxites
liverwort
362Experiments simulating fossilization provide clues to the taxonomic affinities of pre-tracheophytic terrestrial fossils
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Paleobotanical SectionTomescu, Alexandru MF; Chisholm-Sims, Danza M.; Thran, Andrew E..embryophyte
Fossil
hornwort
lichen
liverwort
Silurian
Spirogyra
thalloid
charophycean
864First Occurrence of the Fern Thelytperis in the Uinta Basin, Utah, USA: Possible New Species
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Paleobotanical SectionTemme, Thomas; Sandau, Stephen.Uinta Basin
Fern
Thelypteris
Green River Formation
Eocene
593Grape seeds (Vitis) from the late Neogene Gray Fossil Site, northeast Tennessee
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Paleobotanical SectionGong, Fade; Karsai, Istvan; Liu, (Christopher) Yusheng.Vitis
Gray Fossil flora
Seeds
Morphometrics
Tennessee
Late Neogene
226Is Doylea a cupulate seed fern, a conifer, or neither?
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Paleobotanical SectionStockey, Ruth A.; Rothwell, Gar W.; Klymiuk, Ashley A..anatomy
compound cone
Conifer
cupule
Fossil
Ginkgo
Lower Cretaceous
470Is it Altingiaceae, Hamamelidaceae, Daphniphyllaceae, or Cercidiphyllaceae?
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Paleobotanical SectionWheeler, Elisabeth A.; Baas, P.; Lee, Sung-Jae.wood anatomy
Eocene
Hamamelidaceae
Altingiaceae
Daphniphyllaceae
Cercidiphyllaceae
Saxifragales
517La Colonia Formation paleoflora (Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous), Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina
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Paleobotanical SectionGandolfo, Maria; Cuneo, Nestor.La Colonia Formation
Maastrichtian
Upper Cretaceous
paleoflora
Patagonia
Argentina
109Late Pleistocene fossil plants within a Mobile River terrace near Mount Vernon, Alabama
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Paleobotanical SectionStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian.Pleistocene
fluvial terrace
Mobile-Tensaw Delta
optical luminescence dating
820Low density araucarian woodlands from the Jurassic of Patagonia
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Paleobotanical SectionCuneo, Nestor; Andreis, Renato; Cladera, Gerardo; Escapa, Ignacio.Araucaria
woodlands
Jurassic
Patagonia
502Mesozoic Plants and Sauropod Herbivory
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Paleobotanical SectionGee, Carole T..Mesozoic
paleobotany
sauropod
dinosaur
herbivory
Equisetum
Araucaria
Conifers
Ginkgo
ferns
cycads
371Occurrence of Cocos like Palm Fruit from the Deccan Intertrappean Beds of Central INDIA.
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Paleobotanical SectionKAPGATE, DASHRATH.fruit shape
341Osmundaceae in the Mesozoic of Gondwana: new evidence from the Jurassic of Patagonia, Argentina
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Paleobotanical SectionEscapa, Ignacio; Cuneo, Nestor.Osmundaceae
Patagonia
Jurassic
systematics
586
Canceled
Paleoclimate reconstruction of the late Neogene flora from Gray, Tennessee
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Paleobotanical SectionLiu, (Christopher) Yusheng.paleoclimate proxy
Late Neogene
Gray Fossil flora
Tennessee
599Paleoclimatic reconstruction of the late Neogene flora from Gray, Tennessee
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Paleobotanical SectionLiu, (Christopher) Yusheng; Zavada, Michael.paleoclimate
Gray Fossil flora
Late Neogene
Tennessee
913Paleoenvironmental signals and biodiversity of permineralized wood from the Campanian Menefee Formation
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Paleobotanical SectionBoucher, Lisa.Campanian
Cretaceous
Menefee Formation
wood anatomy
paleoecology
paleoclimate
143Parasitism of a Triassic conifer embryo and pteridosperm seed
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Paleobotanical SectionSchwendemann, Andrew B.; Taylor, Thomas N.; Taylor, Edith L..Triassic
embryo
Fungi
parasite
Fossil
Seeds
327Pollen clumps and implications on the coevolution of early angiosperms and their pollinators
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Paleobotanical SectionHu, Shusheng; Taylor, David W..pollen clumps
coevolution
early angiosperms
pollinators
fecal pellets
Campanian
132Solaranthus: Flower-like Bisexual Reproductive Organs from the Jurassic in China
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Paleobotanical SectionZheng, Shaolin; Wang, Xin.Solaranthus
bisexual
flower
Jurassic
Angiosperms
247Spore wall ultrastructure of the Devonian form genus Emphanisporites
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Wilson A.; Gensel, Patricia G.; Wellman, Charles H..spore
Emphanisporites
Devonian
583The Bennettittales (Cycadeoidales): a preliminary perspective on this arguably enigmatic group.
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Paleobotanical SectionCrepet, William; Stevenson, Dennis Wm..Bennettitales
anthophytes
Gnetales
175The evolution of gnetophytes, Lower Cretaceous evidence from an anatomically preserved seed cone
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Paleobotanical SectionRothwell, Gar W.; Stockey, Ruth A..Gnetales
Seed Cone
Fossil
Lower Cretaceous
anatomy
569The Roots of Alnus in North America
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Paleobotanical SectionJud, Nathan A.; Wing, Scott L..Betulaceae
Fossil
Alnus spp
Biogeography
PETM
363Using Function to Interpret Patterns in Conifer Cone Evolution
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Paleobotanical SectionLeslie, Andrew.Conifer
pollen cone
Seed Cone
functional morphology
627Walchian conifer remains from the early Permian of Mexico
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Paleobotanical SectionHernandez-Castillo, Genaro R.; Silva-Pineda, Alicia.Permian
Conifer
Mexico
walchian

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