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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.

Gnaedinger, S. C. & Zavattieri, A. M. (2021): A new Late Triassic dipteridacean fern from the Paso Flores Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina. – Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 66(4): 885–900.

Barattolo, F., Romano, R. & Conrad, M. A. (2021): Evidence of external gametophores in puzzling Late Triassic–Early Jurassic dasycladalean green algae. – Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 66(4): 901–919.

Golovneva, L., Bugdaeva, E., Volynets, E., Sun, Y. & Zolina, A. (2021): Angiosperm diversification in the Early Cretaceous of Primorye, Far East of Russia. – Fossil Imprint 77(2): 231–255.

Kraft, P. & Kvaček, Z. (2021): Baragwanathia brevifolioides, a nomen novum for B. brevifolia P.Kraft et Kvaček, 2017. – Fossil Imprint 77(1): 53–54.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2021): Early flowers of primuloid Ericales from the Late Cretaceous of Portugal and their ecological and phytogeographic implications. – Fossil Imprint 77(2): 214–230.

Smith, S. Y., Kapgate, D. K., Robinson, S., Srivastava, R., Benedict, J. C. & Manchester, S. R. (2021): Fossil fruits and seeds of Zingiberales from the Late Cretaceous–early Cenozoic Deccan Intertrappean beds of central India. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 182(2): 91–108.

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.

Wang, Z., Shi, G., Sun, B., Dong, C., Yin, S. & Wu, X. (2021): A new species of Osmunda L. (Osmundaceae) from the middle Miocene of Fujian, Southeast China. – Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 60(3): 429–438.

Del Rio, C., Wang, T. X., Xu, X. T., Sabroux, R., Spicer, T. E. V., Liu, J., Chen, P. R., Wu, F. X., Zhou, Z. K. & Su, T. (2021): Ventilago (Rhamnaceae) fruit from the middle Eocene of the central Tibet, China. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 182(online)(7): 638–648.

Du, B., Zhang, M., Sun, B., Li, A., Zhang, J., Yan, D., Xie, S. & Wu, J. (2021): An exceptionally well-preserved herbaceous eudicot from the Early Cretaceous (late Aptian–early Albian) of Northwest China. – National Science Review 8(12): nwab084 (12 pp.).

Akkemik, Ü. (2021): A new fossil Cedrus species from the early Miocene of northwestern Turkey and its possible affinities. – Palaeoworld 30: 746–756.

Batista, M. E. P., Kunzmann, L., Sá, A. A., Saraiva, A. Á. F. & Loiola, M. I. B. (2020): A new species of Brachyphyllum from the Crato Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Araripe Basin, Brazil. – Ameghiniana 57(6): 519–533.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2020): Melloniflora, a new extinct multipared flower from the Early Cretaceous of Virginia, USA. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 181(9): 887–897.

Friis, E. M., Crane, P. R. & Pedersen, K. R. (2020): Catanthus, an extinct magnoliid flower from the Early Cretaceous of Portugal. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 182(online): 28–45.

Naugolnykh, S. V. (2020): A new species of the genus Tumidopteris Naugolnykh from the Permian of the Pechora Cis-Urals, Russia. – Fossil Imprint 76(2): 270–278.

Zhang, X., Wang, Y., Dilcher, D. L. & Manchester, S. R. (2020): Wireroadia, A new genus of winged fruit from the Cretaceous of Alabama and New England, USA. – International Journal of Plant Sciences 181(9): 898–910.

Kvaček, Z. & Teodoridis, V. (2020): A new Oligocene fern of Dryopteridaceae from the České středohoří Mts (Czech Republic). – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 295(1): 9–16.

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.

Del Rio, C., Wang, T. X., Liu, J., Liang, S. Q., Spicer, R. A., Wu, F. X., Zhou, Z. K. & Su, T. (2020): Asclepiadospermum gen. nov., the earliest fossil record of Asclepiadoideae (Apocynaceae) from the early Eocene of central Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, and its biogeographic implications. – American Journal of Botany 107(1): 126–138.

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