Maastrichtian monocotyledons of the Rusca Montană and Haţeg basins, South Carpathians, Romania

@inproceedings{Popa2014MaastrichtianMO,
  title={Maastrichtian monocotyledons of the Rusca Montană and Haţeg basins, South Carpathians, Romania},
  author={Mihai Popa and Jiř{\'i} Kva{\vc}ek and Ştefan Vasile and Zolt{\'a}n Csiki-Sava},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) formations of the Rusca Montană and Haţeg basins (Romania) yield a compressive fossil flora including the genera Sabalites and Pandanites . The Rusca Montană and Haţeg basins represent very important areas for Cretaceous palms, due to the remarkable density of foliar material and to their palaeogeographic significance for the Tethyan area. Sabalites longirhachis (Unger) J. Kvacek et Herman 2004, collected from the Haţeg and Poiana Ruscă basins, is… CONTINUE READING