Fossil Imprint

Publisher: Národní muzeum, Praha

ISSN: 2533-4050

ISSN (online): 2533-4069

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Citations in Fossil Plant Names

Benicio, J. R. W., Pires, E. F., Da Rosa, Á. A. S., Spiekermann, R., Uhl, D. & Jasper, A. (2016): A new fossil Fabaceae wood from the Pleistocene Touro Passo Formation of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. – Fossil Imprint 72(3–4): 251–264.

Mantzouka, D. (2018): The first report of Cryptocaryoxylon from the Neogene (early Miocene) of Eurasia (Eastern Mediterranean: Lesbos and Lemnos Islands, Greece). – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 29–36.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2018): Extinct taxa of exotestal seeds close to Austrobaileyales and Nymphaeales from the Early Cretaceous of Portugal. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 135–158.

Manchester, S. R., Pigg, K. B. & DeVore, M. L. (2018): Trochodendraceous fruits and foliage in the Miocene of western North America. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 45–54.

van Konijnenburg-van Cittert, J. H. A., Pott, C., Kustatscher, E., Schmeissner, S., Dütsch, G. & van der Burgh, J. (2018): Phialopteris heterophylla (Sternberg ex Göppert, 1836) comb. nov., a rare schizaeaceous fern from the Early Jurassic of Bavaria. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 55–64.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2018): Rightcania and Kvacekispermum: Early Cretaceous seeds from eastern North America and Portugal provide further evidence of the early chloranthoid diversification. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 65–76.

Kvaček, J., Heřmanová, Z., Bruthansová, J., Karch, J., Žemlička, J. & Dudák, J. (2018): Stutzeliastrobus bohemicus - basal Cupressaceae conifer from the Cenomanian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Central Europe. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 179–188.

Cleal, C. J. & Thomas, B. A. (2018): Nomenclatural status of the palaeobotanical “artificial taxa” established in Brongniart’s 1822 "Classification" paper. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 9–28.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2019): The Early Cretaceous mesofossil flora of Torres Vedras (NE of Forte da Forca), Portugal: a palaeofloristic analysis of an early angiosperm community. – Fossil Imprint 75(2): 153–257.

Manchester, S. R. & Lott, T. A. (2019): Bonanzacarpum sprungerorum, a bizarre fruit type from the Eocene Green River Formation of Utah, USA. – Fossil Imprint 75(2): 281–288.