Aguacarpus K.R.Pedersen, Balthazar, P.R.Crane et E.M.Friis
Plant Fossil Names Registry Number: PFN002037
Act LSID: urn:lsid:plantfossilnames.org:act:2037
Reference: Pedersen, K. R., von Balthazar, M., Crane, P. R. & Friis, E. M. (2007): Early Cretaceous floral structures and in situ tricolpate-striate pollen: New early eudicots from Portugal. – Grana 46(3): 176–196.
Page of description: 188
Aguacarpus hirsutus K.R.Pedersen, Balthazar, P.R.Crane et E.M.Friis
Gynoecium tricarpellate, syncarpous, and hypogynous, borne on a short stalk. Carpels united for almost their entire length. Ovary triangular in cross-section. Styles three, short, and stout. Stigma double-crested, papillate, and secretory, extending for the full length of the ventral suture; stigmatic papillae long, multicellular, covered with remains of secretion.
From Vale de Agua, the locality where the fossils were found, and karpos (gr. fruit).