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Charred Wood of Prototaxoxylon From the Wuchiapingian Wutonggou Formation (Permian) of Dalongkou, Northern Bogda Mountains, Northwestern China
Abstract Charred wood occurs sporadically in sedimentary rocks in China. A marcroscopic charcoal with well-preserved anatomical structure is described from the Wuchiapiangian Wutonggou Formation inExpand
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A 298-million-year-old gleicheniaceous fern from China
Abstract The late Paleozoic genera Chansitheca Rege, Oligocarpia Goppert and Szea Z. Yao et T. N. Taylor are small ferns that represent putative early members of the Gleicheniaceae based on theirExpand
Palaeobiogeographical implications of the earliest botryopterid ferns in Cathaysia
The Wuda Tuff Flora from the Taiyuan Formation of Inner Mongolia is a palaeobotanical lagerstatte that is key to our current understanding of the composition and ecology of the earliest Permian Cat...
A new anachoropterid fern from the Asselian (Cisuralian) Wuda Tuff Flora
Abstract A new anachoropterid fern Hansopteris uncinatus gen. et sp. nov. collected from the well-known Chinese “vegetational Pompeii” is recognized on the basis of both vegetative and fertile partsExpand
Plant–insect interactions in the early Permian Wuda Tuff Flora, North China
Abstract Plants and insects are the two most diverse groups among terrestrial macro-organisms. They interact with each other to various extents, and constitute the most significant part of complexExpand
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First record of Cisuralian–Guadalupian plant fossils from the Shan Plateau, eastern Myanmar
Abstract Permian plant fossils have never been reported from the Shan Plateau in eastern Myanmar. Recently, a black to gray carbonaceous mudstone unit containing abundant plant fossils was discoveredExpand
A marattialean fern, Scolecopteris libera n. sp., from the Asselian (Permian) of Inner Mongolia, China
Abstract Scolecopteris libera n. sp. is established on partial three-dimensionally preserved materials containing both sterile and fertile fronds collected from the volcanic tuff at the top of theExpand
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Giant cordaitalean trees in early Permian riparian canopies in North China: Evidence from anatomically preserved trunks in Yangquan, Shanxi Province
Abstract Cordaitaleans, as close relatives of modern conifers, had a long geological history in the Cathaysia from the Visean (Mississippian, lower Carboniferous) to the end of Permian. They becameExpand
Yangopteris ascendens (Halle) gen. et comb. nov., a climbing alethopterid pteridosperm from the Asselian (earliest Permian) Wuda Tuff Flora
Abstract Alethopteris ascendens Halle is an endemic element in the Permian Cathaysian floras and is assumed to be a member of the Medullosales based on its alethopterid type foliage. PreviousExpand
Roof Shale Flora of Coal Seam 6 from the Asselian (Lower Permian) Taiyuan Formation of the Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia and Its Ecostratigraphic Significance
Roof shale floras help understand the transition of vegetational landscapes from a peat–forming environment to a clastic one, but are seldom investigated in the Cathaysian province (typical presentExpand
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