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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1994
Journal of Paleontology (1994) 68 (2): 274-278.
Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 October 1990
Palynology (1990) 14 (1): 3-6.
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1962
Journal of Paleontology (1962) 36 (3): 521-523.
...Alan Graham Abstract The plant fossil described by Knowlton as Ficus ceratops [Cretaceous [Cretaceous-Tertiary] differs from fig fruits in several respects. The 2-layered pericarp wall, coarse striations at the base of the globose portion of the specimens, and the collar at the proximal end...
Journal Article
Published: 08 July 2014
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2014) 51 (8): 775-782.
... northern California. This present study better establishes the type locality for S. glabra and documents this name as the senior subjective synonym of ? Ficus cypraeoides Gabb, 1864. The geologic range of S. glabra is early Campanian ( Submortoniceras chicoense ammonite Zone) to early late Campanian...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2004
GSA Bulletin (2004) 116 (7-8): 817-839.
.... Marine faunas also indicate climatic cooling and local disappearance of thermophilic molluscs such as Anadara , Ficus , and Conus . Our dating and compilation of plant and molluscan fossil occurrences indicate a steady rise in species diversity from 46 Ma to maximal diversity of thermophilic taxa at 35...
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Journal Article
Published: 20 February 2001
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2002) 39 (2): 207-221.
.... Fossil plants from the site are described, and fruits formerly known as Aesculus antiquus Dawson or Ficus ceratops Knowlton are transferred to a new taxon, Spinifructus antiquus (Dawson) comb. nov. Study of the sediments of the Frenchman Formation that host the bones and plants, in combination...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1981
AAPG Bulletin (1981) 65 (3): 568.
... Cercidiphyllum, Cissus, Ficus, Laurophyllum, Myrtophyllum, Platanus , Salix , and Rhamnus . Preliminary analysis of the collection has revealed that most of the angiospermous leaves are of medium size with entire, or nearly entire margins and drip points. These features indicate that during early Kirtland time...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1973
Italian Journal of Geosciences (1973) 92 (3): 761-765.
... age Angiospermae basalts biostratigraphy Cenozoic Cretaceous East Africa Ethiopia Evodioxylon Ficoxylon Ficus Hibiscoxylon igneous rocks ignimbrite lithostratigraphy Mesozoic Miocene Neogene Pahudioxylon Phragmites Plantae Pliocene Pteridium pyroclastics Quaternary Shoa...
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Sycodes  glabra  ( Gabb, 1864 ). (A–C) Neotype GSC 5781, “at Yorke’s [sic] ...
Published: 08 July 2014
Fig. 3. Sycodes glabra ( Gabb, 1864 ). (A–C) Neotype GSC 5781, “at Yorke’s [sic] Farm, two miles and a quarter to two miles and a half up the Nanaimo River” ( Whiteaves 1903 , p. 368), ventral, dorsal, and left-lateral views. (D–G) Holotype ANSP 4236 of ? Ficus cypraeoides ( Gabb, 1864
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FIGURE 3 —Examples of Ingersoll shale fossils. A) Large intact angiosperm l...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2008
FIGURE 3 —Examples of Ingersoll shale fossils. A) Large intact angiosperm leaf (cf. Manihotites georgiana ). B) Angiosperm leaves attached to stem. Light-colored, vermiform features (arrows) are compressed, pyritized burrows. C) Angiosperm leaf ( Ficus ? sp.) showing marginal insect damage. D
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FIGURE 12 —Selected gastropods and their habitats. A–E = coast; F–J = shall...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2007
FIGURE 12 —Selected gastropods and their habitats. A–E = coast; F–J = shallow water; K–M = all environments; N–S = deep water (outer neritic and bathyal). A) Zonaria frassinettii Groves and Nielsen. B) Ficus gayana Covacevich and Frassinetti. C) Fissurella sp. D) Nerita ( Heminerita
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Figure 17. Selected fossil molluscs and crabs of late Eocene, Eugene fauna ...
Published: 01 July 2004
of Oregon (F36231); (C) Solena eugenensis from Willamette Hall, University of Oregon (F36229); (D) Megokkos magnaspina from Glenwood (F36228A); (E) Raninoides eugenensis from Glenwood (F36227A); (F) Callianassa oregonensis from Glenwood (F36226); (G) Ficus modesta from College Hill (F36223); (H, I
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Figure 15. Stratigraphic range of Eocene and Oligocene fossil plant taxa an...
Published: 01 July 2004
- Camelia oregona , 32- Aristolochia mexiana , 33- Chrysobalanus ellipticus , 34- Cupania oregona , 35- Dillenites sp., 36- Diospyros oregona , 37- Drimys americana , 38- Ficus plinerva , 39- Ficus quisumbingi , 40- Hydrangea russelli , 41- Inga oregona , 42- Laurophyllum merrilli , 43- Litseaphyllum
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FIGURE 3 —Selected taxa to illustrate different vegetation components. All ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 February 2008
; b = Daphnogene polymorpha ; c = Distylium fergusonii ; d = cf. Gordonia oberdorfensis ; e = Laurophyllum sp. as “type” Ficus arcinervis ; f = Smilax weberi ; g = Trigonobalanopsis rhamnoide s; h = “ Rhododendron borescense ”; i = Magnolia kristinae . C) SCL (sclerophyllous) component
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Figure 18. Stratigraphic range of marine fossils and successive marine faun...
Published: 01 July 2004
- Priscofusus sp, 23- Yoldia oregona , 24- Ficus modesta , 25- Spisula pittsburgensis , 26- Aturia angustata , 27- Sinum obliquum , 28- Mya kusiroensis , 29- Callianassa sp, 30- Crenella sp., 31- Plagiolophus weaveri , 32- Teredo sp., 33- Anadara sp., 34- Tellina sp., 35- Exilia lincolnensis , 36- Pandora
Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 January 2000
Palynology (2000) 24 (1): 177-186.
... , Symplocos aff. S. gemmata , Ficus, Anacolosidites , and Nypa (Text-Figure 3 ). The middle Eocene Claiborne Group and late Eocene Jackson Group of the northwestern Gulf Coast region are best documented from exposures in the Brazos River Valley and adjoining areas of central and east Texas. Exposures...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1936
AAPG Bulletin (1936) 20 (10): 1308-1328.
.... The localities from which the collections were made are shown by numbers on the map ( Fig. 3 ), and the identifications are listed as follows. Locality L-1, in the N.W. 1 4 of Sec., 3, T, 7 S., R. 58 W. Ficus arenacea or navicularis Ficus post-trinervis Sabal montana...
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Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 June 2013
Palynology (2013) 37 (1): 130-142.
... (18%) were the most abundant followed by Moraceae (14%), Chenopodiaceae (14%), Pinaceae ( Pinus ) (9%) and bryophytes ( Sphagnum ) (8%) ( Figure 5a and b ). In urn US404, the principal taxa were: Moraceae ( Ficus carica ) (25%), Pinaceae ( Pinus ) (16%), Alismataceae ( Alisma ), Chenopodiaceae...
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Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 02 January 2017
Palynology (2017) 41 (1): 132-143.
...%). The major arboreal taxa, Combretaceae, Ficus , Lagerstroemia and Syzygium , have maximum values up to 5%. Other associated taxa such as Elaeocarpus , Dillenia , Lannea , Mesua , Sapotaceae and Schima have values of 1–4%. The values of narboreal taxa such as Impatiens , Onagraceae, Poaceae...
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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 June 2010
Geology (2010) 38 (6): 523-526.
... such as Brosimum alicastrum , Moraceae, Ficus , Fabaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Guettarda combsii , Myrtaceae, Meliaceae, Myrica , and Sapotaceae. Local elements like fungal spores and Cyperaceae also occur in pollen zone 2. Pollen zone 3 (80–43 cm) has a lower boundary dated to between A.D. 1160 and 1270...
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