Fossil flora of Middle Jurassic Grojec clays (southern Poland). Raciborski’s original material reinvestigated and supplemented. II. Pteridophyta. Osmundales

@article{Jarzynka2016FossilFO,
  title={Fossil flora of Middle Jurassic Grojec clays (southern Poland). Raciborski’s original material reinvestigated and supplemented. II. Pteridophyta. Osmundales},
  author={A. Jarzynka},
  journal={Acta Palaeobotanica},
  year={2016},
  volume={56},
  pages={183 - 221}
}
  • A. Jarzynka
  • Published 2016
  • Geology
  • Acta Palaeobotanica
  • Abstract In the second part of the series dealing with the flora of the Grojec clays (Poland, Middle Jurassic), macroremains of Osmundales are introduced. The re-examined and supplemented material originates from three collections: specimens collected and described in Polish by Raciborski in 1894; specimens preliminarily described by Stur (1888), housed at the Geological Survey of Austria; and Raciborski’s still-unpublished material stored at the Institute of Botany of the Jagiellonian… CONTINUE READING
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