Epiphyllous fungi from Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland)

@article{Worobiec2017EpiphyllousFF,
  title={Epiphyllous fungi from Miocene deposits of the Bełchat{\'o}w Lignite Mine (Central Poland)},
  author={G. Worobiec},
  journal={Mycosphere},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={1003-1013}
}
  • G. Worobiec
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Mycosphere
  • Fossil fungal fructifications were encountered during palynological investigation of the Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (Central Poland). Five fossil taxa similar to family Microthyriaceae (Phragmothyrites cf. lutosus (Dilcher) R.K. Kar & R.K. Saxena, Phragmothyrites sp. 1, Phragmothyrites sp. 2, Trichothyrites cf. hordlensis P.H. Smith, and Trichothyrites sp.) and one taxon (Callimothallus pertusus Dilcher) similar to extant anamorphic genus Mycoleptodiscus Ostaz. are reported… CONTINUE READING
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