Harufumi Nishida

Standard form: H.Nishida

Author LSID: urn:lsid:plantfossilnames.org:auth:1403

Country: Japan
Organization: Chuo University, Kasuga
Main area of interest: morphology, permineralization, gondowana, vascular plant

Flourished around: 1982

IPNI ID: 31998-1

First name as Harofumi in IPNI.

New names

Araucarites alatisquamosus Tak.Ohsawa et H.Nishida in Ohsawa, Yabe, Yamada, Uemura, Terada, Leppe, Hinojosa & Nishida 2016

Eydeia Stockey, H.Nishida et B.Atk. 2016

Eydeia hokkaidoensis Stockey, H.Nishida et B.Atk. 2016

Nilssoniopteris oishii Tosh.Yamada, J.Legrand et H.Nishida in Yamada, Nishida & Legrand 2009

Obirafructus Y.Kajita et H.Nishida in Kajita, Suzuki & Nishida 2021

Otozamites toshioensoi Tosh.Yamada, J.Legrand et H.Nishida 2018

Sueria laxinervis Tosh.Yamada et H.Nishida in Yamada, Yamada, Terada, Ohsawa, Yabe, Legrand, Uemura, Leppe, Hinojosa, López-Sepúlveda & Nishida 2019

Citations in Fossil Plant Names

Kajita, Y., Suzuki, M. H. & Nishida, H. (2021): A Multicarpellary Apocarpous Gynoecium from the Late Cretaceous (Coniacian–Santonian) of the Upper Yezo Group of Obira, Hokkaido, Japan: Obirafructus kokubunii gen. & sp. nov.Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 72(1): 1–21.

Yamada, T., Yamada, T. F., Terada, K., Ohsawa, Takeshi A., Yabe, A., Legrand, J., Uemura, K., Leppe, M., Hinojosa, F. L., López-Sepúlveda, P. & Nishida, H. (2019): Sueria laxinervis, a new fossil species of Cycadales from the Upper Cretaceous Quiriquina Formation in Cocholgüe, Bíobío Region, Chile. – Phytotaxa 402(2): 126–130.

Yamada, T., Legrand, J. & Nishida, H. (2018): Late Early Cretaceous (Albian) Sasayama Flora from the Sasayama Group in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. – Paleontol. Res. 22(2): 112–128.

Stockey, R. A., Nishida, H. & Atkinson, B. A. (2016): Anatomically preserved fossil cornalean fruits from the Upper Cretaceous of Hokkaido: Eydeia hokkaidoensis gen. et sp. nov.Amer. J. Bot. 103(9): 1642–1656.

Ohsawa, Takeshi A., Yabe, A., Yamada, T., Uemura, K., Terada, K., Leppe, M., Hinojosa, F. L. & Nishida, H. (2016): Araucarian leaves and cone scales from the Loreto Formation of Río de Las Minas, Magellan Region, Chile. – Botany (Ottawa) 94: 805–815.

Yamada, T., Nishida, H. & Legrand, J. (2009): Structurally preserved Nilssoniopteris from the Arida Formation (Barremian, Lower Cretaceous) of southwest Japan. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 156: 410–417.

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