Phoenicopsis anadyrensis Nosova in Zolina, Golovneva, Nosova & Grabovskiy

Plant Fossil Names Registry Number: PFN001539


Author: N. V. Nosova

Rank: species

Reference: Zolina, A. A., Golovneva, L. B., Nosova, N. V. & Grabovskiy, A. A. (2020): A new species of Phoenicopsis (Leptostrobales) from the Maastrichtian–Danian of Chukotka, Russia. – Geobios 63: 67–75.

Page of description: 70

Illustrations or figures: figs 4–6


Original diagnosis/description

Leaves 4–11 mm wide, with 6–12 veins per leaf width in the median part of the leaf; leaves hypostomatic; stomata on the lower epidermis arranged in bands; anticlinal cell walls undulate; every cell of the adaxial epidermis with one to two small flattened papillae; some cells of the stomatal bands with papillae; most subsidiary cells exhibiting a proximal papilla.


After Anadyr city.


Cretaceous, Upper Cretaceous
Rarytkin Formation, Maastrichtian–Danian


Russian Federation
Kustarnikovyi Creek, Anadyr district, Chukotka, North-East of Russia

Plant fossil remain

macro- and meso-fossils-embryophytes except wood


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