Cretaceous Research

Abbreviation: Cretac. Res.

Publisher: Elsevier
ISSN: 0195-6671
ISSN (online): 1095-998X


Citations in Fossil Plant Names

Soudry, D. & Gregor, H. -J. (1997): Jodes israelii sp. nov.: a huge phosphate-mineralized icacinacean fructification from the Late Cretaceous of the Negev, southern Israel. – Cretac. Res. 18(2): 161–178.

del Fueyo, G. M. & Archangelsky, S. (2005): A new araucarian pollen cone with in situ Cyclusphaera Elsik from the Aptian of Patagonia, Argentina. – Cretac. Res. 26(5): 757–768.

Banerji, J. & Ghosh, A. K. (2006): Podospermum gen. et sp. nov., an Acmopyle-like dispersed silicified ovule/seed from Lower Cretaceous intertrappean beds of the Rajmahal Basin, India. – Cretac. Res. 27(5): 707–711.

Banerji, J. & Ghosh, A. K. (2008): Podocarpospermum, a replacement name for the Acmopyle-like ovule/seed Podospermum Banerji and Ghosh from Lower Cretaceous intertrappean beds of the Rajmahal Basin, India. – Cretac. Res. 29(4): 561–562.

Martínez, L. C. A., Iglesias, A., Artabe, A. E. E., Varela, A. N. & Apesteguía, S. (2017): A new Encephalarteae trunk (Cycadales) from the Cretaceous of Patagonia (Mata Amarilla Formation, Austral Basin), Argentina. – Cretac. Res. 72: 81–94.

Pujana, R. R., Iglesias, A., Raffi, M. E. & Olivero, E. B. (2018): Angiosperm fossil woods from the Upper Cretaceous of Western Antarctica (Santa Marta Formation). – Cretac. Res. 90: 349–362.

Golovneva, L. B. (2018): Diversity of palmately lobed leaves in the early–middle Albian of eastern Russia. – Cretac. Res. 84: 18–31.

Nosova, N., Herman, A., Grabovskiy, A. & Kostina, E. (2020): Cretaceous Phoenicopsis Heer (Leptostrobales): A new species and a geological history of the genus. – Cretac. Res. 116: 104578 (16 pp.).

Mendes, M. M., Pedersen, K. R. & Friis, E. M. (2020): Battenispermum hirsutum gen. et sp. nov., a new Early Cretaceous seed from Portugal with chlamydospermous organisation. – Cretac. Res. 109: 104376.

Mendes, M. M. & Kvaček, J. (2020): Friisia lusitanica gen. et sp. nov., a new podocarpaceous ovuliferous cone from the Lower Cretaceous of Lusitanian Basin, western Portugal. – Cretac. Res. 108: 104352 (10 pp.).


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