Evolutionary and ecological perspectives of Late Paleozoic ferns. Part III. Anachoropterid ferns (including Anachoropteris, Tubicaulis, the Sermayaceae, Kaplanopteridaceae and Psalixochlaenaceae)

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Galtier , Jean; Phillips , Tom L.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2014.02.012
  • Subject: Filicalean fern | Paleoecology | [ SDE.BE.EVO ] Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity and Ecology/domain_sde.be.evo | Carboniferous-Permian | Filicalean fern;Evolution;Paleoecology;Permineralization;Carboniferous-Permian | Evolution | Permineralization | [SDE.BE.EVO]Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity and Ecology/domain_sde.be.evo

International audience; The anachoropterid ferns, previously assigned to the family Anachoropteridaceae, are a group of anatomically preserved late Paleozoic filicalean ferns characterized by a C-shaped foliar xylem with abaxially recurved arms (inversicatenalean anatom... View more
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