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Yorkshire Jurassic fern Phlebopteris braunii (Goeppert) and its reference to Matonia R. Br.. by Thomas Maxwell Harris

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English

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SeriesBulletin. Geology series -- 33/5.
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Open LibraryOL20820102M

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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. A new genus Konijnenburgia is introduced for fertile, well preserved ferns of the family Matoniaceae, which were previously assigned to the genus Nathorstia Heer. 1. Introduction Mesozoic environments and concepts of fern ecology. The Mesozoic was an era of warm climate. Absence of polar icecaps and probably even belts of cold climate is indicated by finds of thermophilic plant remains in the Arctic and Antarctic (Vakhrameev, ).After the recovery during the Early Triassic from the dramatic climatic changes and mass extinctions around the Permo Cited by: The present fossil locality is in Zigui County, western Hubei, the eastern part of the Three Gorges Area of the Yangtze River. This area is tectonically located in the southeastern marginal region of the ancient Yangtze Plate, along the north coast of the Tethys Ocean (Wang et al., ).The Jurassic strata are well developed in western Hubei, attaining a maximum thickness of m and are Cited by:

Schizaceae The origin of this family probably lies in the Jurassic. Klukia (right) is a rather common formgenus within this group. The climbing fern Lygodium, which has nowadays leaves without blades up to 10 m long, is also a member of this photo on the left shows a part of a leaf of Lygodium gaudinii from the Oligocene of the south of France (30 million year).   During the Jurassic, Sardinia was close to continental Europe. Emerged lands started from a single island forming in time a progressively sinking archipelago. This complex palaeogeographic situation gave origin to a diverse landscape with a variety of habitats. Collection- and literature-based palaeobotanical, palynological and lithofacies studies were carried out on the Genna Selole Formation Cited by: 6. Dryopteris / d r aɪ ˈ ɒ p t ə r ɪ s /, commonly called the wood ferns, male ferns (referring in particular to Dryopteris filix-mas), or buckler ferns, is a fern genus in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Dryopteridoideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of (PPG I). There are about species in the genus. The species are distributed in Asia, the Class: Polypodiopsida. Dicksonia is a genus of tree ferns in the order Cyatheales. It is regarded as related to Cyathea, but is considered to retain more primitive traits, dating back at least to the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The fossil record includes stems, pinnules, and spores.. The genus contains 20–25 species, distributed from Mexico to Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile, St. Helena, New Zealand, New Class: Polypodiopsida.

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