Jiří Bek

Standard form: Bek

Author LSID: urn:lsid:plantfossilnames.org:auth:12

Organization: Institute of Geology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, the Czech Republic
Main area of interest: Palaeozoic palynology


IPNI ID: 20024875-1

New names

Acitheca alii Zodrow, Šimůnek, C.J.Cleal, Bek et Pšenička 2006

Boweria nowarudensis Frojdová, Pšenička, Bek et C.J.Cleal 2017

Cooksonia barrandei Libertín, J.Kvaček, Bek, Žárský et Štorch 2018

Flemingites dabadianus (Schimp.) Bek 2017

Flemingites hagemannii Bek 2017

Flemingites lageniastrum (R.Potonié) Bek 2017

Flemingites rhodumnense (Renault) Bek 2017

Flemingites veltheimianus (Sternb.) Bek 2017

Kidstoniopteris Frojdová, Pšenička, Bek et C.J.Cleal 2017

Kidstoniopteris minor (Kidst.) Frojdová, Pšenička, Bek et C.J.Cleal 2017

Lepidocarpon lanceolatus (Lindl. et Hutton) Bek 2017

Lepidocarpon oblongifolius (Lesq.) Bek 2017

Omphalophloios kansanensis (Leisman) Bek 2017

Omphalophloios wagneri Opluštil, Pšenička et Bek 2019

Paratingia wudensis Jun Wang bis, Pfefferk. et Bek 2009

Potoniea krisiae Pšenička, Zodrow et Bek 2019

Scolecopteris libera Dan D.Li, Jun Wang bis, S.Wan, Pšenička, W.M.Zhou, Bek et Frojdová 2019

Sonapteris Pšenička, Bek et R.Rössler 2005

Sonapteris barthelii Pšenička, Bek et R.Rössler 2005

Sonapteris pilsensis Pšenička, Bek et R.Rössler 2005

Sydneia Pšenička, Bek, Zodrow, C.J.Cleal et A.R.Hemsl. 2003

Sydneia manleyi Pšenička, Bek, Zodrow, C.J.Cleal et A.R.Hemsl. 2003

Tenchovia Pšenička et Bek 2004

Tenchovia bulgariaensis Pšenička et Bek 2004

Thomasostrobus Opluštil, Bek et Drábková 2009

Thomasostrobus longus Opluštil, Bek et Drábková 2009

Citations in Fossil Plant Names

Opluštil, S., Pšenička, J. & Bek, J. (2019): Omphalophloios wagneri sp. nov., a new sub-arborescent lycopsid from the middle Moscovian (Middle Pennsylvansian) of the Illinois Basin, USA. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 271: 104105 (25 pp.).

Pšenička, J., Zodrow, E. L. & Bek, J. (2019): The compound synangial organ Potoniea krisiae sp. nov. and its plausible relationship with linopterids based on cuticles from the Late Pennsylvanian Sydney Coalfield, Canada. – Int. J. Coal Geol. 210: 103200 (10 pp.).

Li, D. D., Wang, J., Wan, S., Pšenička, J., Zhou, W. M., Bek, J. & Votočková-Frojdová, J. (2019): A marattialean fern, Scolecopteris libera n. sp., from the Asselian (Permian)of Inner Mongolia, China. – Palaeoworld 28: 487–507.

Libertín, M., Kvaček, J., Bek, J., Žárský, V. & Štorch, P. (2018): Sporophytes of polysporangiate land plants from the early Silurian period may have been photosynthetically autonomous. – Nat. Plants 4: 269–271.

Bek, J. (2017): Paleozoic in situ spores and pollen. Lycopsida. – Palaeontographica, Abt. B, Paläophytol. 296(1–6): 1–111.

Frojdová, J., Pšenička, J., Bek, J. & Cleal, C. J. (2017): Revision of the Pennsylvanian fern Boweria Kidston and the establishment of the new genus Kidstoniopteris. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 236: 33–58.

Bek, J., Opluštil, S., Drábková, J. & Pšenička, J. (2015): The sub-arborescent lycopsid Omphalophloios feistmantelii (O. Feistmantel) comb. nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of the Czech Republic.Bull. Geosci. 90(1): 227–279.

Opluštil, S., Bek, J. & Drábková, J. (2009): Anew bisporangiate lycopsid cone genus Thomasostrobus gen. nov. from the Late Pennsylvanian of the Intra-Sudetic Basin (Czech Republic). – Bull. Geosci. 84(2): 283–300.

Opluštil, S. & Bek, J. (2009): Some Pennsylvanian arborescent lycopsid cones and their microspores from the British coalfields. – Bull. Geosci. 84(2): 203–226.

Wang, J., Pfefferkorn, H. W. & Bek, J. (2009): Paratingia wudensis sp. nov., a whole noeggerathialean plant preserved in an earliest Permian air fall tuff in Inner Mongolia, China. – Amer. J. Bot. 96(9): 1676–1689.

Zodrow, E. L., Šimůnek, Z., Cleal, C. J., Bek, J. & Pšenička, J. (2006): Taxonomic revision of the Palaeozoic marattialean fern Acitheca Schimper. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 138(3–4): 239–280.

Pšenička, J., Bek, J. & Rößler, R. (2005): Two new species of Sonapteris gen. nov. (Botryopteridaceae) based on compressions from the Upper Carboniferous (Bolsovian-Westphalian D) of the Pilsen Basin, Bohemian Massif. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 136: 111–142.

Pšenička, J. & Bek, J. (2004): Techovia bulgarensis gen. et sp. nov. from the Pennsylvanian of the Dobrudzha Coalfield, Bulgaria. – Geologica Balc. 34(1–2): 69–76.

Pšenička, J., Bek, J., Zodrow, E. L., Cleal, C. J. & Hemsley, A. R. (2003): A new late Westphalian fossil marattialean fern from Nova Scotia. – Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 142: 199–212.


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