Abstract

Describes nine new species of sporomorphs from Keuper (Triassic) shales encountered at depths of 647-791 meters in a boring in the Swierczyna region, Poland. The sequence of Keuper sporomorph assemblages indicates that the flora was undergoing a distinct change simultaneously with desiccation of the depositional basin.

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