2 edition of Cycadales of the English wealden found in the catalog.
Cycadales of the English wealden
|Statement||Joan Watson (Mrs C.M.B. Henderson) & Helen A. Cusack (Mrs. S.J. Drury).|
|Series||Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society, Publication -- no. 622, Publication (Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain)) -- no. 622.|
|Contributions||Cusack, Helen A., Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p., 10 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||189|
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Publication no.issued as part of Volume for "--Title page verso. Description: pages, 10 leaves of plates: illustrations ; 31 cm. However, a recent study of the Wealden Cycadales (Watson and Cusack, in prep.) casts doubt on this and the matter is discussed later in this paper. Other English Lower Cretaceous trunks.
Several less well-defined cycadeoid species were erected for trunks in the younger part of the Lower Cretaceous by Carruthers,Stopes,Stopes Cited by: 2) According to the general anatomical characters that differentiate Bennettitales from Cycadales (Watson and Sincock, ; Watson and Lydon, ; Crisafulli et al., ;Martínez et.
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Fossil dealers had acquired this skull and illegally sold it to the State Museum of Natural History : Dinosauria. The Wealden Beds (non-marine Lower Cretaceous) of the Wessex Sub-basin, southern England, are exposed principally in coastal sections on the Isle of Wight and in Dorset.
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HARRIS T.M. The Yorkshire Jurassic flora. Caytoniales, Cycadales & : Christian Pott. Preservation.—Before considering the results of palaeobotanical research, some account must be given of the way in which the evidence is presented, or, in other words, of the modes of preservation of vegetable fall under two main heads.
On the one hand, there is the mode of preservation which gives rise to casts, moulds and generally impressions. Representatives of Williamsoniacae (Bennettitales) are usually restored as small-leafed shrubs or low-growing trees with densely interlaced stems bifurcating or trifurcating at broad angles—a growth form referred to as divaricating.
A divaricate plant architecture has evolved independently in at least 18 modern plant families, of which the majority occur in New Cited by: Spicer, R.A. The significance of the Cretaceous flora of northern Alaska for the reconstruction of the climate of the Cretaceous.
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A new species of Bucklandia is described based on a permineralized fossil trunk that was obtained from sediments of Upper Cretaceous age from Hokkaido, Japan.
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The family Liphistiidae consists of 89 extant species-level taxa currently grouped in three genera, and displays an interesting geographical distribution confined to Southeast and East Asia .The group is a species-poor, but seemingly ancient lineage of relatively large, dispersal-limited, unusually long-lived (5–18 years), ground-dwelling spiders that build trapdoor burrows (figure Cited by: Ultrastructure of in situ fossil cycad pollen from the English Jurassic, Cycas and the Cycadales.
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The Winthrop Flora is of middle to late Albian age (Early Cretaceous) and occurs in the Methow basin of north-central Washington State, USA.
With an estimated diversity of more than species, the Winthrop is the most diverse flora yet described from the Early Cretaceous of North America. This paper deals with the 38 species of gymnosperms or Pinophytina of the Cited by: A Wealden plant, Weichselia Mantelli, is worthy of mention as a species of very wide geographical distribution, and one of the most characteristic members of the Wealden flora.
This type is distinguished by its large bipinnate fronds bearing long and narrow pinnae with close-set pinnules, characterized by the anastomosing secondary veins.
A diverse fossil flora of middle to late Albian age occurs in the upper half of the Winthrop Formation of the Methow basin in north-central Washington State, USA. The formation represents a transition from marine to terrestrial conditions within what is inferred, on paleomagnetic and paleofloral grounds, to be an allochthonous tectonic terrane, known as the Baja BC block, Cited by: Sphenozamites, chiefly from French localities, which are referred to 1 fronds, which therg is good reason to refer to the Cycadales in the Cycads because of their similarity to the pinnate fronds of Upper Triassic, Rhaetic, Jurassic and Wealden rocks in India, modern Cycadaceae.
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