Two new species of Pterostoma R.S. Hill from Cenozoic sediments in Australasia

@inproceedings{Hill1994TwoNS,
  title={Two new species of Pterostoma R.S. Hill from Cenozoic sediments in Australasia},
  author={Robert S. Hill and Mike Pole},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract Two new species of the probable zamiaceous cycad Pterostoma are described from Australia and New Zealand. The Australian species, P. hirsutus , from Early Eocene sediments in western Tasmania, represents the oldest confirmed record of the genus, while the New Zealand species, P. douglasii , from Miocene sediments in the South Island, represents the most recent confirmed record and extends the known distrbution of the genus away from southern Australia. Pterostoma has many morphological… CONTINUE READING