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Diversity among taxodiaceous conifers: Metasequoia foxii sp. nov. from the Paleocene of central Alberta, Canada.Download
A single species of taxodioid conifers is among the dominant floristic elements at two stratigraphically contemporaneous Paleocene fossil localities in central Alberta, Canada. More than 10,000 compression specimens, including oppositely branched stems, vegetative shoots with decussately arranged...
In situ fossil seedlings of a Metasequoia-like taxodiaceous conifer from Paleocene river floodplain deposits of central Alberta, CanadaDownload
Fossil seeds and seedlings of a Metasequoia-like taxodiaceous conifer occur in Paleocene deposits at the Munce’s Hill and Gao Mine localities of central Alberta, Canada. Compression/impression specimens are preserved in upright growth positions among seedlings of the cercidiphyllaceous dicot...
Two permineralized conifer pollen cones have been identified from the AppianWay locality on the east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. These cones, found in marine calcareous nodules with invertebrates, are Eocene in age and have been studied with the cellulose acetate peel technique....