Agathoxylon santalense (Sah et Jain) Kloster et Gnaedinger
Plant Fossil Names Registry Number: PFN000202
Act LSID: urn:lsid:plantfossilnames.org:act:202
Basionym: Dadoxylon santalense S.C.D.Sah et K.P.Jain
Reference: Kloster, A. C. & Gnaedinger, S. C. (2018): Coniferous wood of Agathoxylon from the La Matilde Formation, (Middle Jurassic), Santa Cruz, Argentina. – Journal of Paleontology 92(4): 546–567.
Page of description: 552
Holotype 4506, Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences, Lucknow, India
Holotype characteristic: Decorticated secondary wood, measuring 9 × 11 cm in size.
Secondary wood, growth rings macroscopically distinct, but microscopically indistinguishable, only radial walls of the tracheids pitted, pits mostly uni- sometimes biseriate, tangentially flattened alternate, hexagonal and contiguous. Cross-field pits 2-6, usually 4, bordered, circular, separate; apertures as big as the border. Medullary rays simple, uniseriate, 1-10 cells high (average-4-5 cells in 24 counts). Xylem parenchyma absent. Resin tracheids present at places.
Mandro, Rajmahal Hills, Bihar.