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Get this from a library! Index of generic names of fossil plants, [Arthur Dwight Watt; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- Based on the Compendium index of paleobotany of the U.S. Geological Survey. Full text of "Index of Generic Names of Fossil Plants, " See other formats. IFPNI incorporates data from the previously compiled, but now outdated Index of Generic Names of Fossil Plants, – (Andrews, & ), Index of generic names of fossil plants, – (Blazer, ), Index of generic names of fossil plants, – (Watt, ), and Index of generic names of fossil plants, – Index of generic names of fossil plants, based on the Compendium index of paleobotany of the U.S. Geological Survey.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Index of generic names of fossil plants, / a Index of generic names of fossil plants, / a Generic names of fossil plants, 1 |a [Washington, D.C.]. Fossil plants from the Stanley shale and Jackfork sandstone in southeastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas / by: White, David, , Published: () The anthracite coal fields of Pennsylvania, and their exhaustion by: Sheafer, P. W. Published: (). The INTERNATIONAL FOSSIL PLANT NAMES INDEX (IFPNI) was first launched in May, as a data base of fossil names of plants, algae, fungi, allied prokaryotic forms (formerly treated as . MCLOUGHLIN, S. June Nogoa nom. nov., a replacement namefor Cometia McLoughlin. Alcheringa, – ISSN A junior homonym was detected among the Rigbyaceae (Glossopteridales).Author: Stephen Mcloughlin.
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This paper introduces an integrated system of morphological concepts for gymnosperm fructifications, which does not lean upon any system existing for other higher plants. Comparative analytical treatment of all available characters of the most thoroughly studied fossil genera provided the foundation for an ordered ranking of congregations, each unit being Cited by: The subject index of the earlier index was heavily dominated by taxonomic entries including some redundancy with the index of new genera and species. The subject index of the second index does not include generic or specific names, which are segregated in a separate index, although it does provide categories of higher level taxa, e.g., mammals. On October 6, , the Storrs L. Olson Bryological Library was inaugurated at the University of Connecticut. The library is named in honor of Dr. Storrs L. Olson, a paleontologist at the Smithsonian Institution. Although Dr. Olson’s research focuses on avian paleontology he has maintained a pas Author: Bernard Goffinet.