A whole noeggerathialean plant Tingia unita Wang from the earliest Permian peat-forming flora, Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia

@article{Wang2020AWN,
  title={A whole noeggerathialean plant Tingia unita Wang from the earliest Permian peat-forming flora, Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia},
  author={Jiu-qing Wang and Shan Wan and Hans Kerp and Jiri Bek and Shijun Wang},
  journal={Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology},
  year={2020},
  pages={104204}
}
Abstract The genus Tingia Halle is one of the most typical taxa of the Cathaysia Flora. However, its affinity, has long been uncertain. Tingia unita Wang 2006 was named based on the discovery of a crown of a tree that shows the organic connection of the simple compound leaves and the strobili with the stem. It is among the very few species of the Noeggerathiales of which both fertile and sterile parts are known. Since its discovery, a large collection of specimens of Tingia unita has been… 
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