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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.

Spiekermann, R., Jasper, A., Siegloch, A. M., Guerra-Sommer, M. & Uhl, D. (2021): Not a lycopsid but a cycad-like plant: Iratinia australis gen. nov. et sp. nov. from the Irati Formation, Kungurian of the Paraná Basin, Brazil. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 289: 104415 (14 pp.).

Batista, M. E. P., Loiola, M. I. B., Soares, A. A., Mastroberti, A. A., Sá, A. A., Nascimento, D. R., Jr., Silva Filho, W. F. & Kunzmann, L. (2021): New insights in the evolution of mucilage cells in Araucariaceae: Araucaria violetae sp. nov. from the Early Cretaceous Araripe Basin (northeast Brazil). – International Journal of Plant Sciences 183(online)(1): 43–60.

Striegler, U. (2021): New leaf species from the upper Miocene flora of the leaf-bearing Wischgrund clay (Lower Lusatia, Brandenburg, Germany). – Fossil Imprint 77(1): 102–110.

Gutiérrez, P. R. & Zavattieri, A. M. (2021): New Middle Triassic pollen taxa of the San Rafael Basin, Mendoza Province, Argentina. – Ameghiniana 58(1): 12–34.

Bodnar, J., Morel, E. M., Coturel, E. P. & Ganuza, D. G. (2020): New plant fossil records and biostratigraphic analysis from the Uspallata Group (Late Triassic) at Cacheuta Hill, Cuyo Basin, west-central Argentina. – Geobios 60: 3–27.

Pipo, M. L., Iglesias, A. & Bodnar, J. (2020): New vesselless angiosperm stem with a cambial variant from the Upper Cretaceous of Antarctica. – Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 65(2): 261–272.

Kvaček, J., Iymaz, I. O., Hosgor, I. & Mendes, M. M. (2019): New araucarian conifer from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian-Maastrichtian) of southeastern Turkey. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 180(6): 597–606.

Akkemik, Ü. (2019): New fossil wood descriptions from the Pliocene of central Anatolia and the presence of Taxodioxylon in Turkey from the Oligocene. Turkish Journal of Earth Science. 2. – Turkish Journal of Earth Science 28(3): 398–409.

Del Rio, Stull & De Franceschi (2019): New species of Iodes fruits (Icacinaceae) from the early Eocene Le Quesnoy locality, Oise, France. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 262: 60–71.

Huegele, I. & Manchester, S. R. (2019): Newly recognized diversity of fruits and seeds from the Late Paleogene flora of Trinity County, East Texas, USA. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 180(7): 681–708.

Cleal, C. J. & Thomas, B. A. (2018): Nomenclatural status of the palaeobotanical “artificial taxa” established in Brongniart’s 1822 "Classification" paper. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 9–28.

Coturel, E. P., Bodnar, J., Morel, E. M., Ganuza, D. G., Sagasti, A. J. & Beltrán, M. (2018): New species of osmundaceous fertile leaves from the upper Triassic of Argentina. – Acta Palaeobotanica 58(2): 107–119.

Manchester, S. R., Pigg, K. B., Kvaček, Z., DeVore, M. L. & Dillhoff, R. M. (2018): Newly recognized diversity in Trochodendraceae from the Eocene of western North America. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 179(on–line)(8): 663–676.

Friis, E. M., Iglesias, A., Reguero, M. A. & Mörs, T. (2017): Notonuphar antarctica, an extinct water lily (Nymphaeales) from the Eocene of Antarctica. – Plant Systematics and Evolution 3030: 969–980.

Doweld, A. B. (2017): Nomenclatural novelties and taxonomic changes for extant and fossil Populus (Salicaceae). – Kew Bulletin 72(3 ): Article 46 (5 pp.).

Li, Y. J., Oskolski, A. A., Jacques, F. M. B. & Zhou, Z. K. (2015): New middle Miocene fossil wood of Wataria (Malvaceae) from Southwest China. – IAWA Journal 36(3): 345–357.

Friis, E. M., Pedersen, K. R. & Crane, P. R. (2013): New diversity among chlamydospermous seeds from the Early Cretaceous of Portugal and North America. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 174(3): 530–558.

von Balthazar, M., Crane, P. R., Pedersen, K. R. & Friis, E. M. (2011): New flowers of Laurales from the Early Cretaceous (Early to Middle Albian) of eastern North America. in Wanntorp, L., Ronse De Craene, L. P. (eds): Flowers on the Tree of Life. Cambridge University Press: 49–87.

Kvaček, J. (2008): New cycad foliage of Pseudoctenis babinensis from the Bohemian Cenomanian. – Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Series B – Historia Naturalis 64(2–4): 125–131.

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