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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.

Peel, J. S. (2018): An epiphytacean-Girvanella (Cyanobacteria) symbiosis from the Cambrian (Series 3; Drumian) of North Greenland (Laurentia). – Bulletin of Geosciences 93(3): 327–336.

Heřmanová, Z., Dašková, J., Ekrt, B. & Kvaček, J. (2017): Zlivifructus gen. nov., a new member of the Normapolles complex. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 246: 177–184.

Machado, A. F. P. & Queiroz, L. P. de (2017): Ficus bilinaensis (Moraceae), a replacement name for a fossil fig tree of the Czech Republic. – Phytotaxa 316(2): 200–200.

Kraft, P. & Kvaček, Z. (2017): Where the lycophytes come from? – A piece of the story from the Silurian of peri-Gondwana. – Gondwana Research 45: 180–190.

Hably, L. & Meller, B. (2017): Sarmatian wetlands at the NW margin of the Pannonian Basin system (Gratkorn, Styrian Basin, Austria, late middle Miocene). Part 1. The leaf record. – Palaeontographica, Abt. B 295(4–6): 135–165.

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

Frojdová, J., Pšenička, J., Bek, J. & Cleal, C. J. (2017): Revision of the Pennsylvanian fern Boweria Kidston and the establishment of the new genus Kidstoniopteris. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 236: 33–58.

Kvaček, J. & Heřmanová, Z. (2017): Fossil angiosperm fruit Allericarpus parvivalvis (Ericales) from the Coniacian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. – Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series 186: 117–124.

Abu Hamad, A., Blomenkemper, P., Kerp, H. & Bomfleur, B. (2017): Dicroidium bandelii sp. nov. (corystospermalean foliage) from the Permian of Jordan. – PalZ 91(4): 641–648.

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

Pšenička, J., Correia, P., Šimůnek, Z., Sá, A. A., Murphy, J. B. & Flores, D. (2017): Revision of Ilfeldia and establishment of Ovulepteris gen. nov. from the Pennsylvanian of Europe, with a discussion on their concepts. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 236: 59–73.

Sadowski, E. -M., Seyfullah, L. J., Wilson, C. A., Calvin, C. L. & Schmidt, A. R. (2017): Diverse early dwarf mistletoes ( Arceuthobium ), ecological keystones of the Eocene Baltic amber biota. – American Journal of Botany 104(5): 694–718.

Del Rio, C., Haevermans, T. & De Franceschi, D. (2017): First record of an Icacinaceae Miers fossil flower from Le Quesnoy (Ypresian, France) amber. – Scientific Reports 7(11099): 1–7.

Benicio, J. R. W., Pires, E. F., Da Rosa, Á. A. S., Spiekermann, R., Uhl, D. & Jasper, A. (2016): A new fossil Fabaceae wood from the Pleistocene Touro Passo Formation of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. – Fossil Imprint 72(3–4): 251–264.

Correia, P., Sá, A. A., Murphy, J. B., Šimůnek, Z. & Flores, D. (2016): Lesleya Lesquereux from the Pennsylvanian of the Iberian Massif: part of a dryland megaflora from the Variscan orogen, northwestern Portugal. – Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 53: 883–895.

Álvarez-Vázquez, C. & Cleal, C. J. (2016): Wagneropteris minima, a new medullosalean pteridosperm from the middle Westphalian (Middle Pennsylvanian) of the Peñarroya-Belmez-Espiel Coalfield(Córdoba province, SE. Spain).Spanish Journal of Palaeontology 31(1): 5–24.

Pott, C., Wang, X. & Zheng, X. (2015): Wielandiella villosa comb. nov. from the Middle Jurassic of Daohugou, China: More Evidence for Divaricate Plant Architecture in Williamsoniceae. – Botanica Pacifica. A journal of plant science and conservation 4(2): 137–148.

Kvaček, J. (2015): Elatocladus velenovskyi nom. nov., a characteristic conifer of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. – Palaeontographica, Abt. B 292(1–3): 79–93.

Bek, J., Opluštil, S., Drábková, J. & Pšenička, J. (2015): The sub-arborescent lycopsid Omphalophloios feistmantelii (O. Feistmantel) comb. nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of the Czech Republic.Bulletin of Geosciences 90(1): 227–279.