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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2012
PALAIOS (2012) 27 (11): 765–778.
... represents abandoned channel deposits that contain masses of Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense leaves. Species identification of the leaves is based on morphological characters and micromorphological features of the cuticle. Other plant organs of the previously described whole plant Spirematospermum wetzleri...
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<b>Zingiberoideophyllum</b> <b>liblarense</b>  Kräusel and Weyland 1954 : morphological c...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 5 Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense Kräusel and Weyland 1954 : morphological characters. A) Acute leaf base (angle 65°), specimen MMG PB SchleMO 566:2. B) Leaf with partly preserved petiole (arrow), specimen MMG PB SchleMO 618. C) Medial part of a leaf (24 cm long) with midrib, specimen
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Spirematospermum wetzleri - <b>Zingiberoideophyllum</b> <b>liblarense</b>  whole plant. A...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 7 Spirematospermum wetzleri - Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense whole plant. A) Adaxial side of Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense with granulate surface resulting from internal oil or secretory bodies, SEM, slide S 1/11 from specimen MMG PB SchleMO 580. B) Same feature as figured in A, LM
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Identification of taxa, their frequencies, and co-occurrences with  Zingibe...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2012
Table 1 Identification of taxa, their frequencies, and co-occurrences with Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense in the samples.
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Fossil-bearing layer in the lower Haselbach horizon: selected bedding plane...
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Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 4 Fossil-bearing layer in the lower Haselbach horizon: selected bedding planes with mass occurrences of Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense . A) Leaf fragments and fragments of axes in dense, irregular, and random arrangement and distribution, specimen MMG PB SchleMO 566:1. B) Densely
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Leaf cuticles from selected taxa of the fossil-bearing layer. A)  Zingibero...
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Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 6 Leaf cuticles from selected taxa of the fossil-bearing layer. A) Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense Kräusel and Weyland 1954 : abaxial side with stomata (arrows) in longitudinal rows, incomplete maceration process, glass slide MMG PB SchleMO 44/11 from specimen MMG PB SchleMO 580-dispers
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Vereinigtes Schleenhain opencast mine, Saxony, Germany: location and fossil...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2012
between underlaying coarse-grained sandy gravel (river bar) and laminated silts, clay, fine-grained sand, and phyloclasts of the abandoned channel sediments. D) Lower part of the fossil-bearing layer containing a mass occurrence of Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense , cross section of the sediment showing
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Lithostratigraphic profile of the Vereinigtes Schleenhain opencast mine inc...
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Published: 01 November 2012
, diasporas, wood), b  =  range of Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense mass occurrence, d  =  planar bedded gray-brown coarse sand to fine gravel (probably estuarine).
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2012
PALAIOS (2012) 27 (11): 811–813.
... in relationship to the sedimentary regime. Although the lowermost Oligocene Haselbach horizon has been studied for 170 years, Lutz's discovery of a mass occurrence of Zingiberoideophyllum liblarense goes to show how much still remains to be investigated. These leaf compressions assigned to the ginger family were...
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