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39950,000 Years of climate inferred using plant macrofossils from packrat (Neotoma spp.) middens in western North America
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PaleobotanyHarbert , Robert S; NIXON, KEVIN C..Paleoclimate
CRACLE
Quaternary
climate change
packrats
North America
322A 3D digital phytolith reference collection: A tool to improve the utility of GSSC phytoliths for the study of grasses and grassland evolution
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PaleobotanyGallaher, Timothy; Senske, Ashly; Marvet, Claire; Desmond, Brian ; Akbar, Sultan; Klahs, Phillip; Clark, Lynn; Stromberg, Caroline.Poaceae
Phytolith
Paleobotany
biogeography
Systematics
Geometric morphometrics
anatomy
Fossils
219Additional bryophyte diversity in the Lower Cretaceous of Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada): an anatomically-preserved tristichous moss
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PaleobotanySavoretti, Adolfina; Bippus, Alexander; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Tomescu, Alexandru.anatomy
bryophyte
Canada
Cretaceous
fossil
moss
Paleobotany
permineralized
428A Ginkgophyte from the Late Triassic of North Carolina, USA
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PaleobotanyMICKLE , JAMES E.Triassic
ginkgophyte
fossil
426A New Densely Armored Ericalean Floral Taxon from the Turonian of New Jersey USA
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PaleobotanyCrepet , William Louis; Weeks, Andrea; NIXON, KEVIN C..Cretaceous
armour
Ericales
Fossil flowers
184A new species of butternut (Juglans sect. Cardiocaryon) from the Miocene of Washington
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PaleobotanySmith , MacKenzie Allan; Manchester, Steven R.Juglans
butternut
Cardiocaryon
Miocene
Washington
416A new Upper Cretaceous araucarian seed cone from the Brannen Lake locality (Campanian) of Vancouver Island, British Columbia
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PaleobotanyStockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar.Araucaria
Cretaceous
fossil
seed cone
conifer
232An integration of fossils, phylogeny, and disparity: Reconstructing the Cretaceous radiation of Cornales
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PaleobotanyAtkinson, Brian A.phylogenetics
Morphological disparity
Cretaceous
Morphospace
Fossils
463Bipolar or not that’s the question: earliest spermatophyte growth habit into question
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PaleobotanyPrestianni, Cyrille; Decombeix, Anne-Laure.Devonian
Spermatophytes
Bipolar
Carboniferous
Lignophytes
118Characterizing the Early Devonian plant communities of western North America: the Lochkovian-Pragian Cottonwood Canyon flora of Wyoming  
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PaleobotanyBippus, Alexander; Tomescu, Alexandru.Early Devonian
fossil
Wyoming
Paleozoic
compressions
tracheophytes
Paleobotany
204Cupressaceae fossil remains from the Late Paleocene of Carneyville, Wyoming
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PaleobotanyLI, LONG; Jin, Jianhua; Currano, Ellen D; Manchester, Steven R.Fort Union Formation
late Paleocene
Sequoioxylon
Glyptostrobus
Cupressaceae
Wyoming
358Cyacas-like seeds in the Bajocian Stage of the Middle Jurassic
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PaleobotanyRothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Stevenson, Dennis.Cycad seed
Cycadaceae
fossil
Jurassic
Haida Gwaii, Canada
239Dissecting the Devonian Explosion: an Emsian leap in anatomical diversity suggests biphasic rise in euphyllophyte disparity
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PaleobotanyTomescu, Alexandru.tracheophyte
vascular plant
disparity
Devonian
macroevolution
anatomy
Morphology
xylem anatomy
xylem
euphyllophyte
Emsian
140Does size matter? A minute chytrid-like organism from the Rhynie chert
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PaleobotanyHarper , Carla J; Krings, Michael; Taylor, Thomas N; Taylor, Edith L.fossil fungi
Chytridiomycota
Devonian
interactions
saprotroph
147Earliest fossil endocarps of Menispermaceae from the Paleocene of eastern Asia
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PaleobotanyHan, Meng; Manchester, Steven R; Wu, Xinkai; Jin, Jianhua.Menispermaceae
endocarps
Paleocene
Sanshui Basin
East Asia
119Early hints of structural complexity: a new euphyllophyte from the Lower Devonian of Quebec
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PaleobotanyToledo, Selin; Tomescu, Alexandru.Progymnosperms
Euphyllophytes 
Stenokoleales
Devonian
Early Devonian
Emsian
Plant Anatomy
Trimerophytes
Seed plants
fossil
Paleobotany
253Early Paleocene flowers confirm a deep history for Cunoniaceae in South America
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PaleobotanyJud , Nathan A; GANDOLFO , MARIA A; Iglesias, Ari; WILF, PETER.Cunoniaceae
Schizomerieae
Gondwana
Patagonia
Paleocene
Salamanca Formation
Peñas Coloradas Formation
383Elucidating foliar features for identifying Urticaceae in the fossil record
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PaleobotanyNYANDWI, ALPHONSE; DEVORE, MELANIE; PIGG, KATHLEEN.
177Exploring the relationships of an anatomically-preserved cupressaceous seed cone from the Lower Cretaceous of California
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PaleobotanyPfeiler, Kelly C.; Ortiz, Ashley; Kammet, Ashley; Tomescu, Alexandru.Paleobotany
fossil
anatomy
conifers
seed cone
phylogeny
permineralization
evolution
Cupressaceae
Cretaceous
California
ovulate cone
503Extinct anacardiaceous samaras and sumac-like leaves from the Eocene of western North America
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PaleobotanyManchester, Steven R.Green River Formation
Paleobotany
fossil
Anacardiaceae
samaroid fruit
284First record of Marsilea from the Olmos Formation (upper Campanian), Coahuila, Mexico
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PaleobotanyEstrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Centeno, Naylet; Aguilar-Arellano, Felisa.Aquatic fern
upper Campanian
Olmos Formation
Coahuila
280Floral analysis of a Pennsylvanian floodplain ecosystem, Parkville, MO, USA
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PaleobotanyKelly, Brooke; Ryberg , Patricia Elizabeth.Pennsylvanian
Missouri
Diversity
Pteridosperms
Sphenophytes
195Flowers of extinct Salicaceae from the Eocene of western Wyoming
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PaleobotanyAllen, Sarah; Alford, Mac; Manchester, Steven R; Judd, Walter.Salicaceae
Homalieae
Eocene
Wyoming
Fossil flowers
278Foliar Herbivory from the early Middle Triassic Fremouw Formation, Antarctica
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PaleobotanyHahn, Zachary; Ryberg , Patricia Elizabeth.Triassic
Dicroidium
Antarctica
herbivory
199Forest to desert or forest to forest: how the character of climate change affects lineage survivorship in the context of dispersal adaptations
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PaleobotanySimpson, Andrew G.; Axsmith, Brian J..
542Implications of a palynological sample from Bowie River, Mississippi
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PaleobotanyBAGHAI-RIDING , NINA LUCILLE; Axsmith, Brian J.; Davis, Kendal; Allison, Raven.Bowie River
Hattiesburg Formation
Miocene
palynomorphs
339Insect herbivore communities tracked the conifer Agathis (Araucariaceae) from Paleogene Patagonia to modern Australasia and Southeast Asia
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PaleobotanyDonovan, Michael P.; Labandeira, Conrad C.; WILF, PETER; Iglesias, Ari; Cunéo, Rubén.plant-insect associations
herbivory
Gondwana
Patagonia
Paleobotany
380Investigating taxonomic diversity and synonymy among fossil palms from the K-Pg transition of India
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PaleobotanyMatsunaga, Kelly K.S.; Manchester, Steven R; Smith, Selena; Srivastava, Rashmi; Kapgate, Dashrath.India
fossil
Cretaceous
Paleogene
K-Pg
Arecaceae
palm
Fruit
246Isotopic characterization of plant-fungus interactions in modern and fossil woods
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PaleobotanyGulbranson , Erik L; Harper , Carla J.isotopes
fossil fungi
wood decay
Permian
Triassic
Antarctica
45Late Cretaceous amber in Texas: A preliminary study
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PaleobotanyFriedman, Virginia; Lambert, Joseph B.; Nguyen, Truongan V..Amber
Cretaceous
Texas
Cenomanian
116Late Cretaceous angiosperm leaves from Olmos Formation (upper Campanian), Coahuila, Mexico
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PaleobotanyCenteno, Naylet; Estrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Porras-Múzquiz, Héctor.Cretaceous
Angiosperm
Olmos Formation
398Leaf and inflorescence evidence for near-basal Araceae in the latest Albian (mid-Cretaceous) of Spain
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PaleobotanySender, Luis Miguel; Doyle, James A.; Upchurch, Jr., Garland; Villanueva-Amadoz, Uxue; Diez, Jose Bienve.angiosperms
Monocots
Araceae
Cretaceous
Paleobotany
phylogeny
172Microconchid-plant interactions in the Early Devonian wetlands of Wyoming (Beartooth Butte Formation, Lochkovian-Pragian)
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PaleobotanyDorn, Shanelle; Abidi, Shayda; Bippus, Alexander; Matsunaga, Kelly K.S.; Tomescu, Alexandru.Devonian
fossil
Paleobotany
plant-animal interactions
paleoecology
wetland
microconchid
105Mummified Fossil Woods from Late Oligocene of Nanning Basin, Guangxi, South China
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PaleobotanyHuang, Luliang; Jin, Jianhua; Quan, Cheng; Oskolski, Alexei A..mummified fossil wood
late Oligocene
Nanning Basin
South China
paleoclimatology
166New fossils from the Battery Point Formation of Gaspé (Quebec, Canada) expand the anatomical diversity of Early Devonian euphyllophytes
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PaleobotanyBickner, Maya; Toledo, Selin; Tomescu, Alexandru.euphyllophyte
fossil
Paleobotany
Devonian
Canada
tracheophyte
anatomy
xylem
stele
Emsian
279New Late Permian permineralized glossopterid ovules from the Nimrod Glacier region, Antarctica
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PaleobotanyPosey, Nyshele; Ryberg , Patricia Elizabeth.Permian
glossopterids
ovule
Antarctica
292Newly Identified plant fossils from the Miocene Brandywine flora of Maryland, U.S.A
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PaleobotanyStults, Debra; Axsmith, Brian J..Brandywine Formation
Late Miocene
Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain
475New whole plant reconstructions from Patagonia shed light on the biology, phylogeny, and biogeography of the conifer family Cheirolepidiaceae
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PaleobotanyESCAPA , IGNACIO HERNAN; Leslie, Andrew B.Jurassic
Cheirolepidiaceae
Pararaucaria
conifers
Patagonia
320North Central Texas Holocene Plant Community Reconstruction
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PaleobotanyGreen, Tom.climate
Holocene
Palynology
Phytolith
Pollen
Texas
202One Cone, Two Genders:  A bisexual cordaitean from the Late Pennsylvanian of Iowa
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PaleobotanyRaymond, Anne; Costanza, Suzanne.bisexual Cordaitean cone
Late Pennsylvanian
gnetalean
phylogeny
evolution
141Primary producers in the Lower Devonian Rhynie chert: Cyanobacteria and eukaryotic microalgae
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PaleobotanyKrings, Michael; Harper , Carla J; Taylor, Edith L.Devonian
Rhynie chert
Cyanobacteria
Algae
Microbial mat
Ecology
343Significance and Systematic Assignment Of Early Platanoid Fossil Woods from the McRae Formation
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PaleobotanyParrott, Joan; Upchurch, Jr., Garland.platanoid
Angiosperm woods
370Spore size, sporangium size, plant architecture, and the evolution of plant reproductive allocation over the Devonian
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PaleobotanyBonacorsi, Nikole; Leslie, Andrew B.Devonian
heterospory
sporangium
euphyllophytes
lycophytes
159The First Northern Hemisphere Macrofossil Record of Dacrycarpus (Podocarpaceae) from Miocene of Guiping Basin, Guangxi, South China
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PaleobotanyWu, Xinkai; Liu, Xiaoyan; Kodrul, Tatiana; Quan, Cheng; Jin, Jianhua.Dacrycarpus 
Northern Hemisphere
Macrofossil
 Miocene 
Guiping Basin
South China
Podocarpaceae
139The Windyfield chert (Lower Devonian, Scotland): Exceptional preservation of chytrid-like fungi and fungal interactions with charophytes
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PaleobotanyHarper , Carla J; Krings, Michael; Taylor, Edith L.fossil fungi
green algae
interactions
Chytridiomycota
parasitism
Rhynie chert
203University of Kansas paleobotany collections: An inventory of geological and paleobotanical diversity
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PaleobotanySerbet , Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.collections
Paleobotany
Kansas
fossil plants
Antarctica
359Vegetative-diversity and patterns of arthropod herbivory in one of the most botanically rich localities in western equatorial Pangea
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PaleobotanyKoll, Rebecca; DiMichele, William.Permian
Pangea
144What is the functional significance of the unusual cambial development in Vertebraria (Glossopteridales) roots?  Some geometrical and mechanical clues
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PaleobotanyDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Rowe, Nick P; Serbet , Rudolph; Taylor, Edith L.Permian
Glossopteridales
Antarctica
anatomy
root
development
471Yakima Canyon, WA, USA: An anatomically preserved fossil flora from the middle Miocene
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PaleobotanyDoan , Shannon C; PIGG, KATHLEEN; DEVORE, MELANIE.Paleobotany
Miocene
Yakima Canyon
permineralized
Washington

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