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610A high-resolution record of deep-time vegetation dynamics from the Eocene of Montana
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Paleobotanical SectionMiller, Lauren; Smith, Selena; Stromberg, Caroline; Sheldon, Nathan.phytoliths
paleosols
paleoecology
Eocene
Montana
Poaceae
Zingiberales
Succession
vegetation dynamics
309Anatomically preserved Dordrechtites from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionBergene, Julie; Taylor, Edith; Taylor, Thomas.Antarctica
Dordrechtites
Triassic
Permineralization
Compression
9Anatomy and affinities of permineralized corystosperm trunks from the Middle Triassic of Antarctica: new data and synthesis.
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Paleobotanical SectionDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Taylor, Edith; Taylor, Thomas.Triassic
Antarctica
corystosperms
Fremouw Formation
anatomy
trees
491An early origin of secondary growth in the Early Devonian of Gaspé
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Paleobotanical SectionHoffman, Laurel; Tomescu, Alexandru.fossil
Devonian
Trimerophyte
secondary growth
Psilophyton
Euphyllophyte
484A new species of Cobbania (Araceae) from the Cretaceous (Upper Maastrichtian) of South Dakota
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Paleobotanical SectionStockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Johnson, Kirk.Araceae
floating aquatic
fossil
Upper Cretaceous
379A new Turonian flower of Ericalean affinity from the South Amboy Fire Clay Member of the Raritan Formation, Linden Clay Pit, Middlesex County, New Jersey
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Paleobotanical SectionHu, Shusheng; Taylor, David; Hickey, Leo.charcoalified mesofossils
angiosperm flower
Ericales
Turonian
Raritan Formation
397A record of plant microenvironment from the anatomy of permineralized leaf fossls
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Paleobotanical SectionBoyce, Charles; Zwieniecki, Maciej.ecophysiology
leaf anatomy
hydraulics
paleoecology
737Are there Neogene "lowland" floras preserved near the modern-day crest of the central Sierra Nevada, CA?
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Paleobotanical SectionErwin, Diane; Myers, Jeffrey A.; Schorn, Howard E..Neogene
Sierra Nevada
California
Mt. Reba paleoflora
Elephants Back paleofloras
paleoclimate
paleoelevation
530A taxodioid (Cupressaceae) seed cone from the Upper Cretaceous of British Columbia, Canada
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Paleobotanical SectionKlymiuk, Ashley; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Cupressaceae
conifer
seed cone
Upper Cretaceous
conifer evolution
Hughmillerites juddii
234Atmospheric paleo-CO2 estimates based on Taxodium distichum (Cupressaceae) fossils from the Miocene and Pliocene of Eastern North America
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Paleobotanical SectionStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian; Wagner-Cremer, Friederike.
159Climatic gradients, distribution and evolution of the East Asian Eocene
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Paleobotanical SectionQuan, Cheng; Liu, Yusheng; Utescher, Torsten.Eocene climates
plant fossils
quantitative reconstruction
East Asia
latitudinal gradients
paleoclimatic evolution
607Did South America herald Earth's earliest grasslands?: New plant silica records from Gran Barranca, Argentina
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Paleobotanical SectionStromberg, Caroline; Dunn, Regan; Kohn, Matthew; Madden, Richard; Carlini, Alfredo.phytoliths
grasslands
Cenozoic
South America
Argentina
paleoecology
152Dioonopsis leaves from the Eocene of Western North America--a cycad shared with the Paleogene of Japan
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Paleobotanical SectionErdei, Boglarka ; Manchester, Steven.
214Environmental vs. Anthropogenic Landscape Effects: the demise of the Maya
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Paleobotanical SectionLindsay , Colleen Elise.Maya
environmental impact
Land management
climate change
conservation
water
281Evidence for the filicalean fern genus Senftenbergia in Pennsylvanian sediments of western North America
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Paleobotanical SectionHillier, Kaitlin; Rothwell, Gar.Filicalean fern
fossil
Pennsylvanian age
Tedeliaceae
503Fossil evidence for temperate family evolution: Rosaceae from Republic, Washington and other Okanogan Highlands Eocene sites
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Paleobotanical SectionDevore, Melanie; Pigg, Kathleen.Eocene
paleobotany
phylogenetic reconstruction
Prunus
Rosaceae
624Fossil Pollen from the Wilbanks II Clay Pit of Weakley County, Tennessee
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Paleobotanical SectionChen, Tina; Taing, Thang; Manchester, Steven R..Eocene
pollen
Tennessee
569Fungal-arthropod-plant interactions from the Jurassic petrified forest Monumento Natural Bosques Petrificados, Patagonia, Argentina
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Paleobotanical SectionGarcia Massini, Juan L.; Falaschi, Paula; Zamuner, Alba.Mesozoic ecosystems
multitrophic interactions
fossil fungi
coprolites
75Fungi from the Permian and Triassic of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionHarper, Carla; Taylor, Thomas; Krings, Michael.fungi
fossil fungi
Permian
Triassic
Antarctica
523Inference of pCO2 Levels and Climate in the Late Cretaceous from Fossil Lauraceae
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Paleobotanical SectionRichey, Jon; Upchurch, Garland.Late Cretaceous
Stomatal Index
Lauraceae
Atmospheric CO2
87Investigating Leaf Hydraulics in Fossil Plants from the Permian and Triassic of Antarctica
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Paleobotanical SectionSchwendemann, Andrew; Taylor, Thomas; Taylor, Edith.
478Late Cretaceous dicotyledonous woods from the Crevasse Canyon and McRae Formations, south-central New Mexico, USA: Part I
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Paleobotanical SectionEstrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Upchurch, Garland; Wheeler, Elisabeth; Greg, Mack H..Fossil wood
Angiosperms
Crevasse Canyon Formation
McRae Formation
Late Cretaceous
New Mexico
697Late Oligocene - Early Miocene moist forest legumes (Fabaceae) from northeastern Africa
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Paleobotanical SectionPan, Aaron; Currano, Ellen; Jacobs, Bonnie; Herendeen, Patrick.Afzelia
Ethiopa
Fabaceae
forest
Miocene
Newtonia
Oligocene
343Lyginopterid seed fern diversity from the Pennsylvanian of Missouri.
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Paleobotanical SectionSerbet, Rudolph; Hageman, Scott; Hoffman, Brian; Krings, Michael; Taylor, Edith; Taylor, Thomas.Lyginopterid
Missouri
Pennsylvanian
Pollen organ
181Morphological variation in the panglobal Devonian lycopsid genus Leclercqia: A new species from Washington state
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Paleobotanical SectionBenca, Jeffrey; Stromberg, Caroline; Carlisle, Maureen .Leclercqia
Lycopsids
interspecific
intraspecific
morphometrics
51Mt. Achernar: A window into Antarctic glossopterid diversity
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Paleobotanical SectionRyberg, Patricia; Taylor, Edith; Taylor, Thomas.Antarctica
Late Permian
Glossopteris
Plumsteadia
Scutum
new morphotaxon
ovulate structures
232New gametophytes from the Early Devonian Beartooth Butte Formation (Wyoming)
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Paleobotanical SectionCaruso, Joseph A.; Barrett-Watson, Hanna; Tomescu, Alexandru.gametophyte
fossil
bryophyte
Devonian
Wyoming
153Paleogene evolution of precipitation in northeast China supporting the mid Eocene intensification of the East Asian monsoon
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Paleobotanical SectionQuan, Cheng; Liu, Yusheng; Utescher, Torsten.seasonal changes
East Asian monsoon
mid Eocene intensification
Fushun
northeast†China
154Paleogene seasonal variation and climate evolution of northeast China
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Paleobotanical SectionQuan, Cheng; Liu, Yusheng; Utescher, Torsten.Paleogene climate evolution
seasonality
temperature gradient
quantitative reconstruction
Eocene cooling
northeast†China
665Plants, clouds, and climate models: Understanding warm climates of the latest Cretaceous
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Paleobotanical SectionUpchurch, Garland; Kiehl, Jeff; Shields, Christine; Scotese, Christopher.paleobotany
Late Cretaceous
climate
Angiosperms
carbon dioxide
518Quantitative paleoclimate estimates from two Late Neogene floras of eastern North America
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Paleobotanical SectionStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian.
287Southwestern Wyoming Fossil Plants Expedition 2010: retracing petrified wood sites of the1960s-80s
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Paleobotanical SectionBoonchai , Nareerat; Manchester, Steven; Lott, Terry.Petrified wood
Eocene
expedition
southwestern Wyoming
155Tertiary Ginkgo ovulate organs with associated leaves from North Dakota, USA and its evolutionary significance
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Paleobotanical SectionZhou, Zhiyan; Quan, Cheng; Liu, Yusheng.cuticular structure
Ginkgo cranii
North Dakota
ovulate organs
Paleocene
reduced evolutionary trends
Sentinel Butte Formation
391The Alta Flora of the Price Formation (Mississippian, Tournaisian/Visean) of southern West Virginia
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Paleobotanical SectionDunn, Michael; Gensel, Patricia; Blake, Mitch.Mississippian
Fossil flora
Tournaisian
Visean
57The conifer Araucaria bladenensis and associated large pollen and ovulate cones from the Upper Cretaceous Ingersoll shale (Eutaw Formation) of Alabama
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Paleobotanical SectionAxsmith, Brian; Stults, Debra; Knight, Terrell; Bingham, Patrick.
567The Effects of Light Quantity on Grass Epidermal Cell Shape
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Paleobotanical SectionLe , Thien-Y ; Dunn, Regan; Stromberg, Caroline.grasses
phytolith
undulation index
Light
cell shape
epidermal cells
106The Eocene Thomas Ranch flora, Allenby Formation, Princeton, British Columbia, Canada
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Paleobotanical SectionDillhoff, Richard; Dillhoff, Thomas; Devore, Melanie; Greenwood, David; Pigg, Kathleen.Eocene
Okanagan Highlands
paleobotany
palynology
leaf fossils
CLAMP
314The fossil history of Zingiberales and new insights based on fossil and extant members
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Paleobotanical SectionBenedict, John.Spirematospermum
Zingiberaceae
Musaceae
Alpinia
seed
fruit
318The Mismeasure of a mystery: Angiosperm origins and Phylogentics
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Paleobotanical SectionCrepet, William; Nixon, Kevin; Gandolfo, Maria.Angiosperms
Origins
Mystery
phylogenetics
629The Paleocene Yachinaka flora of the Minato Formation from Kuji, northeastern Honshu, Japan
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Paleobotanical SectionHoriuchi, Junji; Manchester, Steven.Kuji, Japan
paleobotany
Biogeography
Paleocene
527The search for extant analogues for early land plant algal progenitors
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Wilson; Gontarek, Bryan.streptophyte algae
early land plants
40What is Dejerseya?
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Paleobotanical SectionBomfleur, Benjamin; Serbet, Rudolph; Krings, Michael; Taylor, Edith; Taylor, Thomas.whole-plant reconstruction
Matatiellaceae
Antarctica
Triassic
Peltaspermales
42Where are the fossil zygomycetes?
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Paleobotanical SectionTaylor, Thomas; Krings, Michael; Dotzler, Nora.fossil fungi
Zygomycota
Carboniferous
Triassic
sporocarp

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