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Paleozoic Seed Ferns: Heterangium kentuckyensis sp. nov., from the Upper Carboniferous of North America.Download
Heterangium kentuckeyensis sp. nov. is described from Lower/Middle Pennsylvanian sediments of eastern Kentucky, based on permineralized stems, petioles, frond members, laminar foliage, and roots, including several organs in attachment. Stems 2.2 to 5.8 mm in diameter are known in several...
A permineralized flower bud, two stamen clusters and one isolated stamen of similar morphology have been found in the black cherts of the Middle Eocene Allenby Formation of Princeton, British Columbia. Specimens were studied using a modified cellulose acetate peel technique and hydrofluoric...