Pecinovia J.Kvaček et H.Eklund

Plant Fossil Names Registry Number: PFN000627


Authors: J. Kvaček & H. Eklund

Rank: genus

Reference: Kvaček, J. & Eklund, H. (2003): A report on newly recovered reproductive structures from the Cenomanian of Bohemia (Central Europe). – International Journal of Plant Sciences 164(6): 1021–1039., link

Page of description: 1027


Pecinovia annonoides J.Kvaček et H.Eklund

Original diagnosis/description

Trimerous, staminate flower. Perianth consisting of two series of tepals. Androecium consisting of numerous stamens that are differentiated into a short filament, an elongate tetrasporangiate anther, and an apical globular extension of the connective.


Referring to the Pecínov Quarry where the fossil was found.

Plant fossil remain

macro- and meso-fossils-embryophytes except wood

Names associated with genus

Pecinovia annonoides J.Kvaček et H.Eklund 2003


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