American Journal of Botany

Abbreviation: Amer. J. Bot.

Published: from 1914 to present

Publisher: Botanical Society of America
ISSN: 0002-9122
ISSN (online): 1537-2197

IPNI ID: 835-2


Citations in Fossil Plant Names

Millay, M. A. (1977): Acaulangium gen. n., a fertile marattialean from the Upper Pennsylvanian of Illinois. – Amer. J. Bot. 64(2): 223–229.

Crepet, W. L. & Dilcher, D. L. (1977): Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: a mimosoid inflorescence. – Amer. J. Bot. 64(6): 714–725.

Smiley, C. J. & Huggins, L. M. (1981): Pseudofagus idahoensis, n. gen. et sp. (Fagaceae) from the Miocene Clarkia flora of Idaho. – Amer. J. Bot. 68(6): 741–761.

Drinnan, A. N., Crane, P. R., Friis, E. M. & Pedersen, K. R. (1991): Angiosperm flowers and tricolpate pollen of buxaceous affinity from the Potomac Group (mid-Cretaceous) of eastern North America. – Amer. J. Bot. 78(2): 153–176.

Friis, E. M., Pedersen, K. R. & Crane, P. R. (1995): Appomattoxia ancistrophora gen. et sp. nov., a new Early Cretaceous plant with similarities to Circaeaster and extant Magnoliidae. – Amer. J. Bot. 82(7): 933–943.

Axsmith, B. J., Taylor, E. L., Taylor, T. N. & Cúneo, N. R. (2000): New perspectives on the Mesozoic seed fern order Corystospermales based on attached organs from the Triassic of Antarctica. – Amer. J. Bot. 87(6): 757–768.

Schönenberger, J. & Friis, E. M. (2001): Fossil flowers of ericalean affinity from the Late Cretaceous of Southern Sweden. – Amer. J. Bot. 88(3): 467–480.

Rothwell, G. W. & Stockey, R. A. (2002): Anatomically preserved Cycadeoidea (Cycadeoidaceae), with a reevaluation of systematic characters for the seed cones of Bennettitales. – Amer. J. Bot. 89(9): 1447–1458.

Smith, S. Y., Rothwell, G. W. & Stockey, R. A. (2003): Cyathea cranhamii sp. nov. (Cyatheaceae), anatomically preserved tree fern sori from the Lower Cretaceous of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. – Amer. J. Bot. 90(5): 755–760.

Stockey, R. A., Rothwell, G. W. & Johnson, K. R. (2007): Cobbania corrugata gen. et comb. nov. (Araceae): A floating aquatic monocot from the Upper Cretaceous of western North America. – Amer. J. Bot. 94(4): 609–624.

von Balthazar, M., Pedersen, K. R., Crane, P. R., Stampanoni, M. & Friis, E. M. (2007): Potomacanthus lobatus gen. et sp. nov., a new flower of probable Lauraceae from the Early Cretaceous (Early to Middle Albian) of eastern North America. – Amer. J. Bot. 94(12): 2041–2053.

Taylor, D. W., Brenner, G. J. & Basha, S. H. (2008): Scutifolium jordanicum gen. et sp. nov. (Cabombaceae), an aquatic fossil plant from the Lower Cretaceous of Jordan, and the relationships of related leaf fossils to living genera. – Amer. J. Bot. 95(3): 340–352.

Friis, E. M., Pedersen, K. R. & Crane, P. R. (2009): Early Cretaceous mesofossils from Portugal and eastern North America related to the Bennettitales-Erdtmanithecales-Gnetales group. – Amer. J. Bot. 96(1): 252–283.

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.

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.

Sadowski, E. -M., Seyfullah, L. J., Wilson, C. A., Calvin, C. L. & Schmidt, A. R. (2017): Diverse early dwarf mistletoes ( Arceuthobium ), ecological keystones of the Eocene Baltic amber biota. – Amer. J. Bot. 104(5): 694–718.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2018): Tanispermum, a new genus of hemi-orthotropous to hemi-anatropous angiosperm seeds from the Early Cretaceous of eastern North America. – Amer. J. Bot. 105(8): 1369–1388.

Jud, N. A., Iglesias, A., Wilf, P. & Gandolfo, M. A. (2018): Fossil moonseeds from the Paleogene of West Gondwana (Patagonia, Argentina). – Amer. J. Bot. 105(5): 927–942.

Del Rio, C., Wang, T. X., Liu, J., Liang, S. Q., Spicer, R. A., Wu, F. X., Zhou, Z. K. & Su, T. (2020): Asclepiadospermum gen. nov., the earliest fossil record of Asclepiadoideae (Apocynaceae) from the early Eocene of central Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, and its biogeographic implications. – Amer. J. Bot. 107(1): 126–138.

Stockey, R. A. & Rothwell, G. W. (2020): Diversification of crown group Araucaria: the role of Araucaria famii sp. nov. in the mid-Cretaceous (Campanian) radiation of Araucariaceae in the Northern Hemisphere. – Amer. J. Bot. 107(online)(7): 1072–1093.

Stockey, R. A., Hoffman, G. L. & Rothwell, G. W. (2021): Fossil evidence for Paleocene diversification of Araceae: Bognerospadix gen. nov. and Orontiophyllum grandifolium comb. nov.Amer. J. Bot. 108(8): 1417–1440.

Gentis, N., Licht, A., De Franceschi, D., Win, Z., Aung, D. W., Dupont-Nivet, G. & Boura, A. (2024): First fossil woods and palm stems from the mid‐Paleocene of Myanmar and implications for biogeography and wood anatomy. – Amer. J. Bot. 111(1): e16259.


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