Not a lycopsid but a cycad-like plant: Iratinia australis gen. nov. et sp. nov. from the Irati Formation, Kungurian of the Paraná Basin, Brazil

@article{Spiekermann2021NotAL,
  title={Not a lycopsid but a cycad-like plant: Iratinia australis gen. nov. et sp. nov. from the Irati Formation, Kungurian of the Paran{\'a} Basin, Brazil},
  author={R. Spiekermann and Andr{\'e} Jasper and Anelise Marta Siegloch and Margot Guerra-Sommer and Dieter Uhl},
  journal={Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology},
  year={2021},
  volume={289},
  pages={104415}
}
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A new petrified stem from the Rajmahal Hills, Bihar, is described and named Fascisvarioxylon mehtae gen. et sp. nov. This wood is compared with the members of the extant family Cycadaceae in having
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