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Sadowski, E. M. & Hofmann, C. C. (2023): The largest amber-preserved flower revisited. – Scientific Reports 13(17): [1–11].

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R., Pedersen, K. R., Mendes, M. M. & Kvaček, J. (2022): The Early Cretaceous mesofossil flora of Catefica, Portugal: angiosperms. – Fossil Imprint 78(2): 341–424.

Manchester, S. R. & Collinson, M. E. (2022): Mastixioid fruits (Cornales) from the early Eocene London Clay Flora: morphology, anatomy and nomenclatural revision. – Fossil Imprint 78(1): 310–328.

Denk, T., Sami, M., Teodoridis, V. & Martinetto, E. (2022): The late Early Pleistocene flora of Oriolo, Faenza (Italy): assembly of the modern forest biome. – Fossil Imprint 78(1): 217–262.

Naugolnykh, S. V. & Mogutcheva, N. К. (2022): Taimyria gen. nov., a new genus of evolutionary advanced gymnosperms from Triassic of the Taimyr Peninsula, Siberia, Russia.Fossil Imprint 78(2): 432–444.

Niccolini, G., Martinetto, E., Lanini, B., Menichetti, E., Fusco, F., Hakobyan, E. & Bertini, A. (2022): Late Messinian flora from the post-evaporitic deposits of the Piedmont Basin (Northwest Italy). – Fossil Imprint 78(1): 189–216.

Kvaček, J. (2022): New species of Zamites from the Cenomanian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. – Fossil Imprint 78(2): 425–431.

Wu, M. X., Huang, J., Su, T., Zhou, Z. K. & Xing, Y. W. (2022): Fraxinus L. (Oleaceae) fruits from the early Oligocene of southwest China and their biogeographic implications. – Fossil Imprint 77(2): 287–298.

Sadowski, E. M., Schmidt, A. R. & Kunzmann, L. (2022): The hyperdiverse conifer flora of the Baltic amber forest. – Palaeontographica, Abt. B 304(1–4): 1–148.

Wheeler, E. A. & Manchester, S. R. (2022): A diverse assemblage of Late Eocene woods from Oregon, western USA. – Fossil Imprint 77(2): 299–329.

Chernomorets, O. & Sakala, J. (2021): Mixoxylon australe gen. et sp. nov., a unique homoxylous wood with non-angiosperm affinity from the Lower Cretaceous of Antarctica (Albian, James Ross Island). – Antarctic Science 33(5): 493–501.

Kvaček, J., Dašková, J. & Libertín, M. (2021): Catalogue of plant fossils described in works by Kaspar M. Sternberg. Second revised edition. – Sternbergiana 1: 1–309.

Stockey, R. A., Hoffman, G. L. & Rothwell, G. W. (2021): Fossil evidence for Paleocene diversification of Araceae: Bognerospadix gen. nov. and Orontiophyllum grandifolium comb. nov.American Journal of Botany 108(8): 1417–1440.

Akkemik, Ü. (2021): A re-examination of the angiosperm wood record from the early and middle Miocene of Turkey, and new species descriptions. – Acta Palaeobotanica 61(1): 42–94.

Brea, M., Iglesias, A., Wilf, P., Moya, E. & Gandolfo, M. A. (2021): First South American record of Winteroxylon, Eocene of Laguna del Hunco (Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina): New link to Australasia and Malesia. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 182(3): 185–197.

Ruffo Rey, L. J. (2021): New Palynological Data of the Cerro de las Cabras Formation (Middle Triassic) at its Type Locality, Mendoza, Argentina. Biostratigraphic and Phytogeographic Implications. – Ameghiniana 58(3): 181–206.

Kavali, P. S., Roy, A., di Pasquo, M., Gurumurthy, G. P., Sharma, G. & Kumar, A. (2021): Upper Pennsylvanian age of the lower Talchir Formation in the Wardha Basin, Central India, based on guide palynomorphs present in radiometrically-dated palynozonations in South America, Africa, and Australia. – Ameghiniana 58(4): 318–344.

Mautino, L. R. & Garralla, S. S. (2021): Primeros registros palinológicos para Sudamérica afines a Pontederia L., Gleditsia L. y Parkinsonia L. en la Formación Palo Pintado, Mioceno de Salta, Argentina. – Publicación Electrónica de la Asociación Paleontológica Argentina 21(1): 1–17.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2021): Microsporangiophores from the Early Cretaceous (Berriasian) of Bornholm, Denmark, with comments on a pre-angiosperm xerophytic flora. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 293: 104487 (11 pp.).

Kajita, Y., Suzuki, M. H. & Nishida, H. (2021): A Multicarpellary Apocarpous Gynoecium from the Late Cretaceous (Coniacian–Santonian) of the Upper Yezo Group of Obira, Hokkaido, Japan: Obirafructus kokubunii gen. & sp. nov.Acta phytotaxonomica et geobotanica 72(1): 1–21.

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