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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (1): 185–199.
...JOSEPH R. THOMASSON Abstract Berriochloa gabeli n. sp. and Berriochloa huletti n. sp. are described from fossil anthoecia (husks) recovered in late Miocene (Ash Hollow Formation) sediments in central Nebraska and central and western Kansas. Comparisons with other known fossil and living grasses...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1998
Journal of Paleontology (1998) 72 (2): 388–397.
...Mark L. Gabel; Douglas C. Backlund; Jacob Haffner Abstract The results of the first comprehensive paleobotanical survey of the northern portion of the late Miocene Ogallala Group are discussed. Several species of fossilized fruiting structures from vascular plants (Berriochloa, Celtis, Cryptantha...
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Figure  1 —View northeast towards type localities of  <b>Berriochloa</b> gabeli  n...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 1 —View northeast towards type localities of Berriochloa gabeli n. sp. and Berriochloa huletti n. sp. Solid lines indicate confirmed contacts between stratigraphic units of section and dotted lines suggest estimated contacts. JRT “seed” clusters localities include F (type locality B
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Figure  3 — 1–8 ,  <b>Berriochloa</b> gabeli  n. sp.; holotype, JRT SEM BP625, fro...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 3 — 1–8 , Berriochloa gabeli n. sp.; holotype, JRT SEM BP625, from JRT collection 50.47, site 50, JRT “seed” clusters locality Q in unit 10 ( Fig. 1 ); 1, slightly oblique front view of anthoecium showing palea exposed between the margins of the lemma. Extent of hooks on shoulder
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Figure  4 — 1, 2 ,  <b>Berriochloa</b> gabeli  n. sp.;  1,  paratype, JRT SEM BP53...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 4 — 1, 2 , Berriochloa gabeli n. sp.; 1, paratype, JRT SEM BP536 (FHSM PB 2032), lemma epidermis showing sinuous-walled long cells with simple and branched lobes, X900; 2, isotype, JRT SEM BP378 (FHSM PB 2025), palea epidermis showing hooks (h) and sinuous-walled long cells
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Figure  5 — 1–5 ,  <b>Berriochloa</b> huletti  n. sp.; holotype, JRT SEM BP466, fr...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 5 — 1–5 , Berriochloa huletti n. sp.; holotype, JRT SEM BP466, from JRT collection 50.9, site 50, JRT “seed” clusters locality F in unit 6 ( Fig. 1 ); 1, slightly oblique front view of anthoecium. Note palea prominently exposed in the middle between the edges of the lemma. Extent
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Figure  6 — 1–4,  <b>Berriochloa</b> huletti  n. sp.;  1–4,  isotypes;  1, 2,  JRT...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 6 — 1–4, Berriochloa huletti n. sp.; 1–4, isotypes; 1, 2, JRT SEM BP467; 1, front view at apex of anthoecium showing prominent, smooth palea prow (p) and hooks (h) on the palea surface. Lemma crown is behind the prow, X50; 2, epidermis of palea illustrating hooks (h) and sinuous
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Figure  7 — 1, 2 ,  <b>Berriochloa</b> gabeli  n. sp., isotypes, JRT SEM BP626a;  ...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 7 — 1, 2 , Berriochloa gabeli n. sp., isotypes, JRT SEM BP626a; 1, top view of anthoecium illustrating orbicular crown with main lemma vascular trace scar (v) near center. Scattered hooks (h) are visible on the lemma shoulder, X40; 2, oblique view of anthoecium near apex showing prow
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Figure  8 — 1–4,  In each individual figure left to right,  <b>Berriochloa</b> hul...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 8 — 1–4, In each individual figure left to right, Berriochloa huletti n. sp. (isotype, JRT 50.9.1, FHSM PB 2069), Berriochloa intermedia Elias, 1942 (lectotype, UNSM E1.1), and Berriochloa gabeli n. sp. (isotype, JRT 50.47.1, FHSM PB 2070); 1, front (ventral) view; 2, back
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Figure  9 —Discriminant function analysis of morphological data (characters...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 9 —Discriminant function analysis of morphological data (characters from Table 1 ) for Berriochloa gabeli n. sp., Berriochloa huletti n. sp., and Berriochloa intermedia . The scores of all individuals are projected onto the two-dimensional space defined by Axis I and Axis II
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Table  2 —Numbers of algal and plant specimens in collections from stratigr...
Published: 01 January 2005
Table 2 —Numbers of algal and plant specimens in collections from stratigraphic units at JRT “seed” sites that contained Berriochloa gabeli n. sp. or from immediately adjacent stratigraphic units (site 54) and a comparison with Minium Quarry flora (site 80). Rare (r) = 1–25 specimens, uncommon
Series: GSA Field Guide
Published: 01 January 2014
DOI: 10.1130/2014.0036(01)
EISBN: 9780813756363
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2017
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2017) 87 (8): 880–896.
...–4.9 Ma) North American Land Mammal Ages (NALMAs) suggest middle to late Miocene depositional ages (e.g., Zakrzewski 1988 , 1990 ; Liggett 1997 ; Liggett et al. 1998 ; and references therein). Multiple species in the fossil-grass genus Berriochloa are exclusive to either Clarendonian...
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Journal Article
Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 November 2009
Paleobiology (2009) 35 (4): 587–611.
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 21 November 2017
Paleobiology (2018) 44 (1): 131–154.
.... Fossil grass anthoecia of the genus Berriochloa are found in the oral and abdominal cavities of Ashfall Teleoceras skeletons (Voorhies and Thomasson 1979 ), indicating Teleoceras consumed siliceous grasses shortly before the mortality event caused by prolonged exposure to an ash-contaminated...
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