A Caribbean epiphyte community preserved in Miocene Dominican amber

@article{Kaasalainen2016ACE,
  title={A Caribbean epiphyte community preserved in Miocene Dominican amber},
  author={Ulla Kaasalainen and J. Heinrichs and M. Renner and L. Heden{\"a}s and A. Sch{\"a}fer-Verwimp and Gaik Ee Lee and M. S. Ignatov and J. Rikkinen and A. Schmidt},
  journal={Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh},
  year={2016},
  volume={107},
  pages={321 - 331}
}
ABSTRACT Fossil tree resins preserve a wide range of animals, plants, fungi and microorganisms in microscopic fidelity. Fossil organisms preserved in an individual piece of amber lived at the same time in Earth history and mostly even in the same habitat, but they were not necessarily parts of the same interacting community. Here, we report on an in situ preserved corticolous community from a piece of Miocene Dominican amber which is composed of a lichen, a moss and three species of leafy… Expand
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