Sooty moulds from European tertiary amber, with notes on the systematic position of Rosaria ('Cyanobacteria').

Abstract

Sooty moulds are described and illustrated from European amber dating back to 22-54 Myr. All the fossils are fragments of superficial subicula composed of brown moniliform hyphae with markedly tapering distal ends. The subglobose cells are identical to those of extant Metacapnodium (Metacapnodiaceae, Capnodiales) species. Also other preserved features, like… (More)

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