Describes two specimens of mineralized plant stems collected in the vicinity of Savigne-sur-Lathan, Indre-et-Loire, France, which could definitely be assigned to Palmoxylon ligerinum. One was found in a loose block on the surface of beds attributed to the Bartonian (Eocene); the other is a reworked fragment found in Vindobonian (Miocene) deposits. Discussion of the affinities and stratigraphic distribution (upper Cretaceous?-Tertiary) of P. ligerinum is included.

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