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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., Mendes, M. M. & Pedersen, K. R. (2018): Paisia, an Early Cretaceous eudicot angiosperm flower with pantoporate pollen from Portugal. – Grana 57(1–2): 1–15.

van Konijnenburg-van Cittert, J. H. A., Pott, C., Kustatscher, E., Schmeissner, S., Dütsch, G. & van der Burgh, J. (2018): Phialopteris heterophylla (Sternberg ex Göppert, 1836) comb. nov., a rare schizaeaceous fern from the Early Jurassic of Bavaria. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 55–64.

Bek, J. (2017): Paleozoic in situ spores and pollen. Lycopsida. – Palaeontographica, Abt. B 296(1–6): 1–111.

Deng, S., Hilton, J., Glasspool, I. & Dejax, J. (2014): Pollen cones and associated leaves from the Lower Cretaceous of China and a re-evaluation of Mesozoic male cycad cones. – Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 12(8): 1001–1023.

Kvaček, J. (2013): Pinus landsbergensis sp. nov., new pine from the Cenomanian of the Czech Republic. – Bulletin of Geosciences 88(4): 829–836.

Naugolnykh, S. V. (2013): Permian Ferns of Western Angaraland. – Paleontological Journal 47(12): 1379–1462.

Wang, J., Pfefferkorn, H. W. & Bek, J. (2009): Paratingia wudensis sp. nov., a whole noeggerathialean plant preserved in an earliest Permian air fall tuff in Inner Mongolia, China. – American Journal of Botany 96(9): 1676–1689.

Banerji, J. & Ghosh, A. K. (2008): Podocarpospermum, a replacement name for the Acmopyle-like ovule/seed Podospermum Banerji and Ghosh from Lower Cretaceous intertrappean beds of the Rajmahal Basin, India. – Cretaceous Research 29(4): 561–562.

von Balthazar, M., Pedersen, K. R., Crane, P. R., Stampanoni, M. & Friis, E. M. (2007): Potomacanthus lobatus gen. et sp. nov., a new flower of probable Lauraceae from the Early Cretaceous (Early to Middle Albian) of eastern North America. – American Journal of Botany 94(12): 2041–2053.

Banerji, J. & Ghosh, A. K. (2006): Podospermum gen. et sp. nov., an Acmopyle-like dispersed silicified ovule/seed from Lower Cretaceous intertrappean beds of the Rajmahal Basin, India. – Cretaceous Research 27(5): 707–711.

Cevallos-Ferriz, S. R. S. & Stockey, R. A. (1989): Permineralized fruits and seeds from the Princeton Chert (Middle Eocene) of British Columbia: Nymphaeaceae. – Botanical Gazette 150(2): 207–217.

Pedersen, K. R., Crane, P. R. & Friis, E. M. (1989): Pollen organs and seeds with Eucommiidites pollen. – Grana 28: 279–294.

Anderson, J. M. & Anderson, H. M. (1989): Palaeoflora of Southern Africa. Molteno Formation (Triassic). Vol. 2. Gymnosperms (excluding Dicroidium). A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, Brookfield: 567 pp.

Brousmiche, C. (1986): Précisions sur les spores produites par quelques fougères sphénoptéridiennes appartennant aux genres Boweria Kidston, Crossotheca Zeiller, Discopteris Stur, Myriotheca Zeiller et Urnatopteris Kidston.Revue de Paléobiologie 5(2): 231–248.

Freudenthal, T. (1964): Palaeobotany of the Mesophytic I. Palynology of Lower Triassic Rock Salt, Hengelo, The Netherlands. – Acta Botanica Neerlandica 13(2): 209–236.

Brown, R. W. (1962): Paleocene flora of the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. – Professional Papers, United States Geological Survey 375: 1–119, 69 pls.

Graham, R. (1935): Pennsylvanian flora of Illinois as revealed in coal balls. II.Botanical Gazette 97(1): 156–168.

Miner, E. L. (1935): Paleobotanical examinations of Cretaceous and Tertiary coals. – The American Midland Naturalist 16(4): 585–625.

Graham, R. (1934): Pennsylvanian flora of Illinois as revealed in coal balls. I. – Botanical Gazette 95(3): 453–476.

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