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Monday, July 27th

Monday, July 27th, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson G/Starr Pass
Session CK1: Contributed Papers: Cookson Award Session I
CK1001July 27th 10:00 amTucson G/Starr PassPotential secondary phloem in Stigmaria and long-distance sugar transport in arborescent lycopsidsOral PaperDAntonio, Michael; Boyce, C. Kevin.Lepidodendron
Sigillaria
Phloem
Sugar transport
plant physiology
CK1002July 27th 10:15 amTucson G/Starr PassState of the art in the study of Jurassic seedferns from southern PatagoniaOral PaperElgorriaga, Andres; Escapa, Ignacio; Cuneo, Nestor.Jurassic
Seedferns
Patagonia
Fossils
Chubut
Review
Mesozoic
Gymnosperms
CK1003July 27th 10:30 amTucson G/Starr PassPermineralized gametophytes from Vancouver Island reveal that peat mosses (Class Sphagnopsida) were anatomically diverse by the Late CretaceousOral PaperBippus, Alexander; Stockey, Ruth; Rothwell, Gar; Rothwell, Gar.fossil
moss
Cretaceous
Sphagnum
bryophyte
CK1004July 27th 10:45 amTucson G/Starr PassFirst record of Protodammara (Cupressaceae) in the Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) of Patagonia, ArgentinaOral PaperAndruchow Colombo, Ana; Gandolfo, Maria; Escapa, Ignacio; Cuneo, Nestor.Protodammara
Cupressaceae
Maastrichtian
Late Cretaceous
Patagonia
Lefipán Formation
CK1005July 27th 11:00 amTucson G/Starr PassCunonicaceae from the Late Cretaceous of North America and its paleobiogeographic implicationsOral PaperTang, Keana; Atkinson, Brian; Smith, Selena.Cunoniaceae
Ceratopetalum
Late Cretaceous
fossil fruits
Sucia Island
CK1006July 27th 11:15 amTucson G/Starr PassIlligera fruit from the Miocene Alum Bluff, northwestern FloridaOral PaperZhu, Hai; Manchester, Steven; Lott, Terry.eastern North America
Fort Preston Formation
Hernandiaceae
megafossil
winged fruit
Tropical
Monday, July 27th, 12:45 pm to 2:00 pm · Tucson G/Starr Pass
Session CK2: Contributed Papers: Cookson Award Session II
Presiding: Nathan Jud, William Jewell College
CK2001July 27th 12:45 pmTucson G/Starr PassVegetation response and habitat heterogeneity during the osnet of the Middle Miocene Climatic Optimum in the Santa Cruz Formation (Patagonia)Oral PaperCrifò, Camilla; Bargo, M. Susana; Cuitiño, Jose I.; Kay, Richard F.; Kohn, Matthew; Trayler, Robin B. ; Vizcaíno, Sergio F. ; Zucol, Alejandro F.; Stromberg, Caroline.MMCO
phytoliths
Santa Cruz Formation
paleoenvironments
CK2002July 27th 1:00 pmTucson G/Starr PassThe role of grasslands in the evolution of seed dispersal strategy in the PoaceaeOral PaperBrightly, William; Stromberg, Caroline; Christin, Pascal-Antoine; Bianconi, Matheus.seed dispersal
Grasses
grassland
CK2003July 27th 1:15 pmTucson G/Starr PassDecoding leaf characters that drive family level identification through computer visionOral PaperSpagnuolo, Edward; Wilf, Peter.Leaf Architecture 
Machine Vision
Fossil Leaves
Fagaceae
Rubiaceae
Fabaceae
Salicaceae
Sapindaceae
Ericaceae
Rosaceae
Paleobotany
Fossil Identification
CK2004July 27th 1:30 pmTucson G/Starr PassA critical reassessment of angiosperms' role in insect diversificationOral PaperSchachat, Sandra R..Cretaceous
gymnosperm
plant-insect interactions
insect pollination
Insects
Monday, July 27th, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm · Arizona Ballroom/Starr Pass
Session P: Contributed Posters: Paleobotany Posters
PPB001July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassProtocedroxylon from the marine shales of the Upper Jurassic Knoxville Formation, Tehama County, CaliforniaPoster: PaleobotanyRichmond, Dean; Lupia, Richard; Philippe, Marc.Protocedroxylon
Knoxville Formation
Jurassic
California
PPB002July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassPaleoenvironmental and Taphonomic Implications of a Palynological Sample from the Forest Hill FormationPoster: PaleobotanyBaghai-Riding, Nina; Starnes, James; Axsmith, Brian; Hotton, Carol; Hunsucker, Myrtle.Oligocene
Bucatunna Formation
pollen
spores
palynomorphs
PPB003July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassThe First Fossil Leaf Flora from Brunei Darussalam: A Preliminary ReportPoster: PaleobotanyZou, Xiaoyu; Wilf, Peter; Donovan, MIchael P.; Kocsis, László; Briguglio, Antonino .Borneo
Neogene
Paleobotany
Dipterocarpaceae
leaf architecture
Malesia
Rhamnaceae
Malvaceae
Melastomataceae
PPB004July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassThe Dakota Sandstone of Kansas was a hotspot for platanaceous diversity during the mid-CretaceousPoster: PaleobotanyHuegele, Indah; Manchester, Steven.Paleobotany
Plane Trees
Taxonomy
Cretaceous
Leo Lesquereux
Sycamore Trees
Fossil Leaves
Fossil Identification
PPB005July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassEstimating the phylogeny of Azolla: a comparison between analysis of morphology and molecular data with and without tip-datingPoster: PaleobotanyJud, Nathan; De Benedetti, Facundo; Hermsen, Elizabeth J.; Gandolfo, Maria.Fossils
Bayesian
phylogeny
Ferns
PPB006July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassSedges with a tussock-like growth habit from the latest early Eocene Republic flora of the Okanogan Highlands and their bearing on grazing mammal evolutionPoster: PaleobotanyDeVore, Melanie; van der Hoek, Yntze; Pigg, Kathleen.Cyperaceae
Eocene
folivores
PPB007July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassFagales Phylogeny and Morphological SignalPoster: PaleobotanyCorrea, Julian; Manchester, Steven.Fagales
phylogeny
Molecular phylogeny
PPB008July 27th 4:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassDiverse fossils from the Miocene of Zeku in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau indicate high historical biodiversity and favorable paleoenvironmentPoster: PaleobotanyLi, Xiangchuan; Xiao, Liang; Hui, Zhengchuang ; Yao, Yunzhi ; Ren, Dong ; He , Wenlong ; Yang, Qiang .Fossils
Miocene
northeastern Tibetan Plateau
historical biodiversity
paleoenviroment

Tuesday, July 28th

Tuesday, July 28th, 10:00 am to 11:45 am · Tucson G/Starr Pass
Session CK3PAL1: Contributed Papers: Paleobotany I: Paleozoic and Mesozoic Paleobotany
Presiding: Peter Wilf, Pennsylvania State University
CK3PAL1001July 28th 10:00 amTucson G/Starr PassCould nematoclasts belong to the Viridiplantae?Oral PaperStrother, Paul.cryptospores
Nematothallus
Adinosporus
Cambrian
Tuscarora Formation
Silurian
Zygnema
CK3PAL1002July 28th 10:15 amTucson G/Starr PassNovel leaf morphology and variation in foliage similar to Rhacopteris from the Early Carboniferous Price Formation, southwestern Virginia, USA Oral PaperGensel, Patricia; Knier, Aubrey.Early Carboniferous
foliage
CK3PAL1003July 28th 10:30 amTucson G/Starr PassReconstruction of the Whole Plant Tetrastichia bupatides Gordon from the Devonian/Mississippian boundary of Scotland and IrelandOral PaperDunn, Michael; Rothwell, Gar; Rothwell, Gar; Scott, Andrew.Hydrasperman seed fern
Devonian/Mississippian boundary
Whole plant reconstruction
CK3PAL1004July 28th 10:45 amTucson G/Starr PassA review of the Early Mississippian anatomically preserved flora from Montagne Noire, FranceOral PaperDecombeix, Anne-Laure; Galtier, Jean; Meyer-Berthaud, Brigitte; Prestianni, Cyrille; Rowe, Nicholas; Harper, Carla.Carboniferous
France
anatomy
Paleobotany
Tournaisian
CK3PAL1005July 28th 11:00 amTucson G/Starr PassMicrospores in macroplant fossils from the Triassic of Central EuropeOral PaperKustatscher, Evelyn; Nowak, Hendrik.In situ spores
Triassic
Ferns
intraspecific variability
CK3PAL1006July 28th 11:15 amTucson G/Starr PassNew gymnosperm reproductive organs of possible gnetalean affinity from the Upper Jurassic of the Morrison Formation in southern UtahOral PaperManchester, Steven; Doyle, James; Hotton, Carol; Zhang, Xiaoqing; Wing, Scott.Gnetales
reproductive organs
Jurassic
Utah
CK3PAL1007July 28th 11:30 amTucson G/Starr PassEvolutionary diversification of Cretaceous taiwanioid CupressaceaeOral PaperRothwell, Gar; Rothwell, Gar; Stockey, Ruth; Smith, Selena.anatomy
Cupressaceae
Late Cretaceous
Seed Cone
Taiwanioideae
Tuesday, July 28th, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm · Tucson G/Starr Pass
Session PAL2: Contributed Papers: Paleobotany II: Cenozoic Paleobotany
Presiding: Steven Manchester, Florida Museum of Natural History
PAL2001July 28th 12:30 pmTucson G/Starr PassA new physaloid fruit fossil from Patagonia and the evolutionary history of nightshadesOral PaperDeanna, Rocio; Deanna, Rocio; Deanna, Rocio; Wilf, Peter; Gandolfo, Maria.Argentina
Eocene
Fossils
fruiting calyx
Laguna del Hunco
Physalis
Solanaceae
PAL2002July 28th 12:45 pmTucson G/Starr PassPaleoclimatic inference based on angiosperm wood anatomy from El Bosque Formation (Eocene), Chiapas, MexicoOral PaperPerez Lara, Diana Karen; Estrada-Ruiz, Emilio; Casta�eda-Posadas, Carlos.Paleobotany
Fossil Wood
wood anatomy
Eocene
Paleoclimatic inference
PAL2003July 28th 1:00 pmTucson G/Starr PassExceptionally rich spinescence fossils from the late Oligocene of central Tibetan Plateau and its environmental implicationsOral PaperZhang, Xinwen; Gelin, Uriel; Li, Shufeng; Liu, Jia; Zhou, Zhekun; Su, Tao.Spinescences
functional traits
Fossils
Tibetan Plateau
Late Oligocene
Model
PAL2004July 28th 1:15 pmTucson G/Starr PassFossil fruits of Nyssa and associated fungi from the late Oligocene of South ChinaOral PaperXu, Shenglan; Kodrul, Tatiana; Maslova, Natalia; Tobias, Anna; Quan, Cheng; Jin, Jianhua.Nyssa
Amphisphaeria
Late Oligocene
Nanning Basin
South China
PAL2005July 28th 1:30 pmTucson G/Starr PassLate Oligocene fruiting catkins of Alnus from Guangxi, South China: The lowest latitudinal distributed fossil recordOral PaperLiu, Xiaoyan; Quan, Cheng; Jin, Jianhua.Late Oligocene
fruiting catkins
Alnus
South China
 paleogeography
PAL2006July 28th 1:45 pmTucson G/Starr PassAraucarioid fossil wood from the late Oligocene - early Miocene of Hainan Island: the most ancient evidence of the genus Agathis in eastern AsiaOral PaperOskolski, Alexei; Stepanova , Anna; Huang, Luliang; Jin, Jianhua.Agathis
Araucariaceae
Oligocene
Miocene
Fossil Wood
Biogeography
South China
Hainan
wood anatomy
PAL2007July 28th 2:00 pmTucson G/Starr PassPaleobotanical Reconnaissance of BruneiOral PaperWilf, Peter; Zou, Xiaoyu; Donovan, MIchael P.; Kocsis, László; Briguglio, Antonino; Shaw, David; Lambiase, Joseph J..Borneo
Neogene
Paleobotany
Palynology
Dipterocarpaceae
Pliocene
Malesia
Rainforests
Ferns
Mangroves
PAL2008July 28th 2:15 pmTucson G/Starr PassFossil Passiflora seeds from Gray Fossil Site (Pliocene, Tennessee, U.S.A.)Oral PaperHermsen, Elizabeth J..Passiflora
Passifloroideae
Neogene
Tuesday, July 28th, 3:15 pm to 4:45 pm · /
Contributed Papers: Paleobotany III: Patterns and trends
Presiding: Dennis Stevenson,
0001July 28th 3:15 pm/Cycad TeratologyOral PaperStevenson, Dennis.cycads
teratism
fasciation
chimera
0002July 28th 3:30 pm/Pollen malformations as indicators of past environmental stress: Comparing background variation with heightened UV-B exposure in modern conifersOral PaperBenca, Jeffrey; Duijnstee, Ivo; Looy, Cindy.pollen
Abiotic stress
UV-B
Saccate
Conifers
Mass extinctions
End-Permian
0003July 28th 3:45 pm/Leaf architecture in extant Cannabaceae with a review of select leaf fossils previously assigned to the familyOral PaperAllen, Sarah; Stull, Gregory W..Paleobotany
leaf architecture
Fossil Leaves
Cannabaceae
Rosales
0004July 28th 4:00 pm/Use of Wood Anatomical Feature Data from Serial Sections of Stems, Branches and Roots of Platanus occidentalisP. mexicana and P. wrightii (PlatanOral PaperParrott, Joan.Platanaceae
Fossil Wood
Cretaceous
Platanus
0005July 28th 4:15 pm/2D computer vision and 3D geometric morphometric shape analysis of grass silica short cell phytoliths (GSSCP): strengths and weaknesses of these approaches and implications for grass biogeographyOral PaperGallaher, Timothy; Perry, Jessica ; Zhang, Jifan; Meng, Xiangyun; Jamieson, Kevin; Strömberg, Caroline.Poaceae
Phytolith
fossil
Morphometrics
Machine Learning
Biogeography
0006July 28th 4:30 pm/Weathering, nutrient fluxes, and the long-term consequences of coal for the evolution of nitrogen-based symbiosesOral PaperBoyce, C. Kevin; Ibarra, Daniel E.; Nelsen, Matthew; DAntonio, Michael.

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