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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.

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.

Akkemik, Ü., Mantzouka, D., Tunç, U. & Koçbulut, F. (2021): The first paleoxylotomical evidence from the Mid-Eocene Climate Optimum from Turkey. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 285: 104356 (20 pp.).

Mantzouka, D., Ivanov, M. & Bozukov, V. (2020): The first report of an ‘Evergreen Castanopsis type’ wood (Fagaceae) for the late Miocene–Early Pliocene of Europe (Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad Graben). – Geological Journal 56(online)(2): 786–803.

Wu, M. X., Huang, J., Su, T., Leng, Q. & Zhou, Z. K. (2020): Tsuga seed cones from the late Paleogene of southwestern China and their biogeographical and paleoenvironmental implications. – Palaeoworld 29: 617–628.

Akkemik, Ü., Mantzouka, D. & Yıldırım, D. K. (2020): The first report of Lesbosoxylon Süss & Velitzelos from the early-middle Miocene of eastern Anatolia. – Geodiversitas 42(23): 427–441.

Čepičková, J. & Kvaček, J. (2020): Two cycads Nilssonia mirovanae sp. nov. and Pseudoctenis babinensis J.Kvaček from the Cenomanian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Czech Republic) as indicators of water stress in the palaeoenvironment. – Fossil Imprint 76(2): 315–324.

Pšenička, J., Zodrow, E. L. & Bek, J. (2019): The compound synangial organ Potoniea krisiae sp. nov. and its plausible relationship with linopterids based on cuticles from the Late Pennsylvanian Sydney Coalfield, Canada. – International Journal of Coal Geology 210: 103200 (10 pp.).

Mantzouka, D., Sakala, J., Kvaček, Z., Koskeridou, E. & Ioakim, C. (2019): Two fossil conifer species from the Neogene of Alonissos Island (Iliodroma, Greece).Geodiversitas 41(3): 125–142.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2019): The Early Cretaceous mesofossil flora of Torres Vedras (NE of Forte da Forca), Portugal: a palaeofloristic analysis of an early angiosperm community. – Fossil Imprint 75(2): 153–257.

Mantzouka, D. (2018): The first report of Cryptocaryoxylon from the Neogene (early Miocene) of Eurasia (Eastern Mediterranean: Lesbos and Lemnos Islands, Greece). – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 29–36.

Manchester, S. R., Pigg, K. B. & DeVore, M. L. (2018): Trochodendraceous fruits and foliage in the Miocene of western North America. – Fossil Imprint 74(1–2): 45–54.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2018): Tanispermum, a new genus of hemi-orthotropous to hemi-anatropous angiosperm seeds from the Early Cretaceous of eastern North America. – American Journal of Botany 105(8): 1369–1388.

Zhao, Y., Deng, S., Shang, P., Leng, Q., Lu, Y., Fu, G. & Ma, X. (2018): Two new species of Nilssoniopteris (Bennettitales) from the Middle Jurassic of Sandaoling, Turpan-Hami Basin, Xinjiang, NW China. – Journal of Paleontology 92(4): 525–545.

McLoughlin, S., Pott, C. & Sobbe, I. H. (2018): The diversity of Australian Mesozoic bennettitopsid reproductive organs. – Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 98(1): 71–95.

Wellman, C. H. (2018): The classic Lower Devonian plant-bearing deposits of northern New Brunswick, eastern Canada: Dispersed spore taxonomy and biostratigraphy. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 249: 24–49.

Akkemik, Ü., Atıcı, G., Poole, I. & Çobankaya, M. (2018): Three new silicified woods from a newly discovered earliest Miocene forest site in the Haymana Basin (Ankara, Turkey). – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 254: 49–64.

Ghosh, A. K., Kar, R., Chatterjee, R., Chakraborty, A. & Banerji, J. (2018): Two new conifers from the Early Cretaceous of the Rajmahal Basin, India: implications on palaeoecology and palaeogeography. – Ameghiniana 55(4): 437–450.

Atkinson, B. A., Stockey, R. A. & Rothwell, G. W. (2017): Tracking the initial diversification of asterids: anatomically preserved cornalean fruits from the early Coniacian (Late Cretaceous) of western North America. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 179(on–line): 21–35.

Friis, E. M., Pedersen, K. R. & Crane, P. R. (2016): The emergence of core eudicots: new floral evidence from the earliest Late Cretaceous. – Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B. Biological Sciences 283: 20161325 (9 pp.).

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