A new species and a new combination of the Mesozoic genus Podocarpophyllum Gomolitzky (Coniferales)

@article{Nosova2008ANS,
  title={A new species and a new combination of the Mesozoic genus Podocarpophyllum Gomolitzky (Coniferales)},
  author={Natalya Nosova and A. I. Kiritchkova},
  journal={Paleontological Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={42},
  pages={665-674}
}
Podocarpophyllum Gomolitzky is studied in detail from the type locality Angren (Uzbekistan, Middle Jurassic). Emended diagnoses of the genus and its type species P. singulare Gomolitzky are provided. For the first time, members of the genus are reported from the Lower Jurassic of the Mangyshlak Peninsula (western Kazakhstan), where P. kazachstanicum sp. nov. is described, and from the Middle Jurassic of the eastern Ural Mountains, where P. mesozoicum (Kiritchkova) comb. nov. is established. The… 
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