Did the Czekanowskiales already exist in the late Permian?

@article{Kustatscher2019DidTC,
  title={Did the Czekanowskiales already exist in the late Permian?},
  author={Evelyn Kustatscher and Henk Visscher and Johanna H. A. van Konijnenburg-van Cittert},
  journal={PalZ},
  year={2019},
  volume={93},
  pages={465 - 477}
}
Isolated capsule-like reproductive organs from the upper Permian of the Southern Alps, NE Italy, are described as Brinkia gen. nov. Two species have been distinguished, i.e. Brinkia kerpiana sp. nov. and B. cortianensis sp. nov. Brinkia capsules resemble in gross morphology single valves of the Leptostrobus-type, Mesozoic reproductive organs belonging to the Czekanowskiales. A czekanowskialean affinity is reinforced by the fact that the Brinkia remains are found associated with strap-like… 
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