Platanus emryi Huegele, Spielbauer et Manchester
Plant Fossil Names Registry Number: PFN001949
Act LSID: urn:lsid:plantfossilnames.org:act:1949
Reference: Huegele, I., Spielbauer, R. & Manchester, S. R. (2020): Morphology and systematic affinities of Platanus dissecta Lesquereux (Platanaceae) from the Miocene of North America. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 181(3): 324–341.
Page of description: 327
Illustrations or figures: fig. 8
Holotype UF 18849–51708, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida, USA
Figures: fig. 8A
Dense, globose infructescences (capitula) borne in raceme-like arrangement (fig. 8A–8D, 8K, 8L). Capitula stalked to subsessile, ca. 10.8 mm in diameter. Lateral branches (connecting capitula to the main inflorescence axis) ca. 5.3 mm long. Segments of the main axis between lateral branches are ca. 22.9 mm long. Individual achenes ca. 5.0 mm long, with achene hairs rising from base and extending more than the full length of the achene. Five to seven achenes present within a single achene bundle.
This species is named after Howard and Darlene Emry and their family who collected from the Succor Creek area over many years and have kindly contributed many materials, including platanaceous laminae, stipules, and inflorescences for this investigation.
Succor Creek, Idaho (UF locality 18849: lat. 43°9.803′N, long. 117°1.173′W)
Plant fossil remain
macro- and meso-fossils-embryophytes except wood