The Pliocene flora of Frankfurt am Main, Germany: taxonomy, palaeoenvironments and biogeographic affinities

@article{Kvaek2019ThePF,
  title={The Pliocene flora of Frankfurt am Main, Germany: taxonomy, palaeoenvironments and biogeographic affinities},
  author={Zlatko Kva{\vc}ek and V. Teodoridis and T. Denk},
  journal={Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments},
  year={2019},
  volume={100},
  pages={647 - 703}
}
The Pliocene flora of Frankfurt am Main described by Karl Mädler during the first half of the twentieth century is a key flora for the European Pliocene. In the present study, we revised the leaf fossil taxa described by Mädler and investigated plant material collected after Mädler’s publication. The revised and augmented floral list comprises seven new species and some new combinations of taxa described by Mädler. In total, 16 gymnosperm species in 15 genera and 73 angiosperm species (of which… Expand
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