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Beurel, S., Bachelier, J. B., Schmidt, A. R. & Sadowski, E. M. (2024): Novel three-dimensional reconstructions of presumed Phylica (Rhamnaceae) from Cretaceous amber suggest Lauralean affinities. – Nature Plants : 1–5.

Kumar, S., Su, T., Spicer, R. A. & Khan, M. A. (2024): The earliest fossil evidence of spiny feather (pinnate-leaved) palms from the K-Pg of Gondwana. – Palaeontologia Electronica 27(1): 18.

Gentis, N., Licht, A., De Franceschi, D., Win, Z., Aung, D. W., Dupont-Nivet, G. & Boura, A. (2024): First fossil woods and palm stems from the mid‐Paleocene of Myanmar and implications for biogeography and wood anatomy. – American Journal of Botany 111(1): e16259.

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

Čepičková, J. & Kvaček, J. (2023): Papillaephyllum, a new genus of angiosperm foliage from the Cenomanian of the Czech Republic. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 319(104990): 1–11.

Estrada-Ruiz, E., Hernández-Urban, H., Rodríguez-Reyes, O., Ortega-Flores, B. & Hernández-Damián, A. L. (2023): First report of staminate flowers of Calatola (Metteniusales: Metteniusaceae) from the Miocene Mexican amber. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 308: 1–7.

Beurel, S., Bachelier, J. B., Hammel, J. U., Shi, G., Wu, X., Rühr, P. T. & Sadowski, E. M. (2023): Flower inclusions of Canarium (Burseraceae) from Miocene Zhangpu amber (China). – Palaeoworld 32: 592–606.

Elgorriaga, A. & Atkinson, B. A. (2023): Cretaceous pollen cone with three-dimensional preservation sheds light on the morphological evolution of cycads in deep time. – New Phytologist 238(4): 1695–1710.

Bomfleur, B., Hedenäs, L., Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R., Pedersen, K. R., Mendes, M. M. & Kvaček, J. (2023): Fossil Mosses from the Early Cretaceous Catefica mesofossil flora, Portugal – a window into the Mesozoic history of bryophytes. – Fossil Imprint 79(2): 103–125.

Dutra, T. L., Martínez, L. C. A. & Wilberger, T. (2023): A new fossil wood of Detarioideae from the Boa Vista Basin, Upper Oligocene (Northeast Brazil): Comparisons with living and fossil Leguminosae Subfamilies. Paleoclimate and biogeography inferences for the Leguminosae story. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 317: 1–18.

Smith, M. K. A., Greenwalt, D. & Manchester, S. R. (2023): Diverse fruits and seeds of the mid-Eocene Kishenehn Formation, northwestern Montana, USA, and their implications for biogeography. – Fossil Imprint 79(1): 37–88.

Martínez, L. C. A., Leppe, M., Manríquez, L. L.M., Pino, J. P., Trevisan, C., Manfroi, J. & Mansilla, H. (2023): A unique Late Cretaceous fossil wood assemblage from Chilean Patagonia provides clues to a high-latitude continental environment. – Papers in Palaeontology 9(6): 1–45.

Hoffman, G. L. & Crandall-Stotler, B. J. (2023): Petalophyllites speirsiae gen. et sp. nov. (Marchantiophyta: Fossombroniales), a fossil liverwort gametophyte from the Paleocene of Alberta, Canada. – Botany 101(10): 462–470.

Luthardt, L., Rößler, R. & Stevenson, D. W. (2023): Cycadodendron galtieri gen. nov. et sp. nov.: an Early Permian gymnosperm stem with cycadalean affinity. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 184(9): 715–732.

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.

Savoretti, A., Bodnar, J., Coturel, E. P. & Beltrán, M. (2022): Fossil Bryophytes from the Middle Triassic Sorocayense Group, San Juan Province, Central-Western Argentina. – Ameghiniana 59(3): 179–200.

Chen, P. R., Del Rio, C., Huang, J., Liu, J., Zhao, J. G., Spicer, R. A., Li, S. F., Wang, T. X., Zhou, Z. K. & Su, T. (2022): Fossil Capsular Valves of Koelreuteria (Sapindaceae) from the Eocene of Central Tibetan Plateau and Their Biogeographic Implications. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 183(4): 307–319.

Aguado, R., Company, M., O'Dogherty, L., Sandoval, J. & Martinez, M. (2022): New insights into the Barremian–lower Aptian calcareous nannofossils of the Mediterranean Tethys: Chronostratigraphic and paleobiogeographic implications. – Marine Micropaleontology 173: 102114 (24 pp.).

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.

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