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THE LATE EOCENE FLORA OF KUČLÍN NEAR BÍLINA IN NORTH BOHEMIA REVISITED

@inproceedings{Kvaek2011THELE,
  title={THE LATE EOCENE FLORA OF KUČLÍN NEAR BÍLINA IN NORTH BOHEMIA REVISITED},
  author={Zlatko Kva{\vc}ek},
  year={2011}
}
A detailed survey of the Late Eocene flora of the diatomite of Kučlín, the Trupelník Hill in North Bohemia, České středohoří Mountains, is given based on the morphological study of most of the so far published macrofossil records since Ettingshausen’s pioneer study and many newly acquired taxa. Both extinct and some modern genera represented mostly by leaf morphotypes and less commonly by fruits and seeds have been encountered. They belong to the ferns (Osmundaceae, Thelypteridaceae… Expand
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