• Corpus ID: 59486812

The monographic study of a Coniacian megaflora contained in the Idzików Beds cropping out in the vicinity of Kłodzko in the Polish part of the Sudetes and originally coming

@inproceedings{2016TheMS,
  title={The monographic study of a Coniacian megaflora contained in the Idzików Beds cropping out in the vicinity of Kłodzko in the Polish part of the Sudetes and originally coming},
  author={},
  year={2016}
}
  • Published 2016
  • Environmental Science, Geography
Bohemian Cretaceous Basin) yielded a poorly preserved megaflora, dated as Coniacian on the basis of co-occurring inoceramid bivalves. The flora is interpreted to have grown on the West Sudetic Island, a palaeohigh of the Central European Archipelago. Ferns are diverse both in terms of specimens and of taxa: Monheimia chlomekiana, Sphenopteris dubia, “Pteridoleimma” durum, and two unnamed species of Korallipteris. Conifers are very rare: only two twigs of Geinitzia reichenbachii have been found…