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Vegetative Growth of Decodon allenbyensis (Lythraceae) from the Middle Eocene Princeton Chert with Anatomical Comparisons to Decodon verticillatus.Download
Large numbers of roots and stems of aquatic Lythraceae have been found in association with fruits and seeds of Decodon allenbyensis Cevallos-Ferriz et Stockey in the Princeton chert, British Columbia, Canada. The permineralized fossils come from layer 43 in the chert, part of the Middle Eocene,...
Vegetative Growth of Eorhiza arnoldii Robison and Person from the Middle Eocene Princeton Chert Locality of British Columbia.Download
Anatomical studies of several thousand specimens of Eorhiza arnoldii Robison and Person rhizomes and their attached organs have added significantly to our knowledge of these Middle Eocene, semiaquatic dicotyledonous plants from the Princeton chert. Anatomical structure of Eorhiza was studied...