Microscopic study of Corallinaceae algae previously described from the Thanetian (lower Eocene) of the Pyrenees shows that 34 of the species belong to existing species, and only 21 are actually new species. Although these algae are quantitatively important in the region, the generally poor state of preservation made identification difficult.

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