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Occurrence of fossil bamboo pollen and a fungal conidium of Tetraploa cf. aristata in Upper Miocene deposits of Józefina (Poland)
Abstract The paper presents results of pollen analysis of the Upper Miocene deposits from a borehole at Jozefina (Krakow-Silesia Upland, central Poland), including data concerning bamboo type pollenExpand
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Leaves and pollen of bamboos from the Polish Neogene
Abstract Recently discovered fossil bamboo leaves and pollen are described from the Neogene of Poland. Morphological analysis of fossil leaves from the Late Miocene deposits of the Belchatow LigniteExpand
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Betulaceae leaves in Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland)
Abstract This paper presents the results of a study of leaf macroremains of Betulaceae found in the Miocene deposits of the Belchatow Lignite Mine. Besides revision of leaf taxa described in earlierExpand
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Plant assemblage from the Upper Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland)
The Upper Miocene plant macroremains (mainly leaves) collected in the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland) were investigated and supplemented with palynological analysis. In the fossil fl oraExpand
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Epiphyllous fungi from Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland)
Fossil fungal fructifications were encountered during palynological investigation of the Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland). Five fossil taxa similar to familyExpand
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Miocene palynoflora from the KRAM-P 218 leaf assemblage from the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland)
Abstract During a palynological analysis of four samples from the Bełchatów KRAM-P 218 collection of plant macroremains 95 fossil species of sporomorphs were identified. Among the non-pollenExpand
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Neogene wetland vegetation based on a leaf assemblage from the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland)
Abstract Well-preserved leaf macroremains collected in the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland) were investigated. Fossil leaves of Acer, Dicotylophyllum, Fagus, Eucommia, Laria, Laurophyllum,Expand
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Laurus abchasica (Kolakovsky and Shakryl) Ferguson from the Neogene of the Belchatow Lignite Mine (Central Poland)
Macromorphology and epidermal micromorphology of a leaf fragment belonging to Laurus abchasica (Kolakovsky & Shakryl) Ferguson from the Neogene aged deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (CentralExpand
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Plant megafossils from the Neogene deposits of Stawek-1A (Bełchatów, Middle Poland)
Abstract The megafossils from the fluvial sediments overlying the Tertiary lignites in the Belchatow opencast mine (Middle Poland) are investigated. The good preservation allowed the cellular detailExpand
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Origin of the palaeokarst in Miocene evaporites on the SW periphery of the Eastern European Platform in the light of palynological studies – a case study of the Zoloushka Cave, Bukovina, Western
The Zoloushka Cave belongs to a group of the largest gypsum caves in Western Ukraine (Bukovina region), developed in the middle Miocene (upper Badenian) evaporite series (Tyras Formation) on the SWExpand
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