Validations of the names of seven Podocarpaceae macrofossils

@article{Mill2004ValidationsOT,
  title={Validations of the names of seven Podocarpaceae macrofossils},
  author={R. Mill and R. Hill},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={2004},
  volume={53},
  pages={1043-1046}
}
Seven names of macrofossil taxa belonging to Podocarpaceae are here validated; they were all previously published but not validly so under the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. The names apply to species in the genera Acmopyle Pilg. [A. setiger (Townrow) R. S. Hill & R. J. Carp. ex R. R. Mill & R. S. Hill], Dacrycarpus (Endl.) de Laub. [D. praecupressinus (Ettingsh.) D. R. Greenw. ex R. R. Mill & R. S. Hill], Falcatifolium de Laub. [F eocenicum (D. R. Greenw.) R. S. Hill & L. J… Expand
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