Abstract

Abundant and well-preserved spores are recorded from coals and shales of the upper sedimentary group and lower limestone group of the Midland valley of Scotland. One genus, Tricidarisporites, and nine species are described as new. Comparison with other spore assemblages has indicated that there may have been regional variations in the distribution of the Visean floras.

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