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A stratigraphic chart of the Late Carboniferous/Permian succession of the eastern border of the Parana Basin, Brazil, South America
Abstract Sequence stratigraphy, lithostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Late Carboniferous/Permian succession of the eastern border of the Parana Basin are organized in the form of a detailedExpand
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A Pre-Glacial, Warm-Temperate Floral Belt in Gondwana (Late Visean, Early Carboniferous)
Abstract Unusual fossil macrofloras from South America (Peru, Bolivia, Brazil), Africa (Niger), India, and Australia are distinctly different from both the Early and Late Carboniferous floras ofExpand
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Late Paleozoic terrestrial arthropod faunal and floral successions in the Parana basin: A preliminary synthesis
The stratigraphic distribution of the Late Paleozoic (Late Carboniferous – Late Permian interval) terrestrial arthropod fauna and flora in the Paraná Basin (southern Brazil) is presented. The mainExpand
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The flora of Early Permian coal measures from the Paraná Basin in Brazil: A review
Abstract This paper presents an updated overview integrating both previous and newly published data on the most important floras found associated with Early Permian coal seams in the Parana Basin,Expand
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Insect herbivory fluctuations through geological time.
Arthropods and land plants are the major macroscopic sources of biodiversity on the planet. Knowledge of the organization and specialization of plant-herbivore interactions, such as their roles inExpand
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New palynological information from the Poti Formation (upper Visean) at the Roncador creek, Parnaíba Basin, northeastern Brazil
This contribution presents the results of the palynological analysis of six surface samples of the Poti Formation cropping out at Roncador creek (Jerumenha, Piaui), northeastern Brazil. This unitExpand
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The Triassic taphoflora of the Paraná Basin, southern Brazil: a biostratigraphical approach
Abstract A Triassic taphoflora identified in the Central Region of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil, represents an important biostratigraphical stage in the palaeofloristic successionExpand
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FIRST REPORT OF FEEDING TRACES IN PERMIAN BOTRYCHIOPSIS LEAVES FROM WESTERN GONDWANA
Abstract The genus Botrychiopsis consists of leaves with substantial heteromorphism, present in late Paleozoic Gondwanan floras. The genus is recorded in paleofloras from Australia, India, SouthExpand
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ANTHRACOBLATTINA MENDESI PINTO ET SEDOR (BLATTODEA, PHYLOBLATTIDAE): THE MOST COMPLETELY PRESERVED SOUTH AMERICAN PALAEOZOIC COCKROACH
An abundant and diverse fossil record, encompassing some specimens with exceptional preservation, identifies the Campaleo outcrop in the earliest Permian marine Lontras Shale of the Parana Basin, inExpand
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