Lejeuneaceae (Marchantiophyta) from a species-rich taphocoenosis in Miocene Mexican amber, with a review of liverworts fossilised in amber

@article{Heinrichs2015LejeuneaceaeF,
  title={Lejeuneaceae (Marchantiophyta) from a species-rich taphocoenosis in Miocene Mexican amber, with a review of liverworts fossilised in amber},
  author={J. Heinrichs and Elina Kettunen and Gaik Ee Lee and Giovanni Marzaro and T. Pócs and E. Ragazzi and M. Renner and J. Rikkinen and A. Sass-Gyarmati and A. Sch{\"a}fer-Verwimp and Armin Scheben and M. S. Kraemer and Matthias Svojtka and A. Schmidt},
  journal={Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology},
  year={2015},
  volume={221},
  pages={59-70}
}
We describe a diverse taphocoenosis in a piece of Mexican amber that includes two morphotypes assignable to the leafy liverwort family Lejeuneaceae, an angiosperm seed, a putative bud scale, dematiaceous hyphomycetes as well as dipteran and hymenopteran insects belonging to Phoridae (genera Megaselia, Puliciphora, and Apocephalus), Cecidomyiidae, Psychodidae and Mymaridae (genus Alaptus). Liverworts are known from eight amber deposits but have only rarely been observed in Mexican amber. A… Expand
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