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Sphenopteris sellardsii, a problematical pteridosperm from the Permian of Kansas

Robert W. 1914- Baxter

Sphenopteris sellardsii, a problematical pteridosperm from the Permian of Kansas

by Robert W. 1914- Baxter

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Published by University of Kansas Paleontological Institute in Lawrence .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kansas.
    • Subjects:
    • Sphenopteris,
    • Paleobotany -- Permian,
    • Paleobotany -- Kansas

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert W. Baxter.
      SeriesThe University of Kansas paleontological contributions : Paper ;, 94, University of Kansas paleontological contributions., 94.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE701 .K33 no. 94, QE961 .K33 no. 94
      The Physical Object
      Pagination7 p. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4764306M
      LC Control Number78111528

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Sphenopteris sellardsii, a problematical pteridosperm from the Permian of Kansas by Robert W. 1914- Baxter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Sphenopteris sellardsii, a problematical pteridosperm from the Permian of Kansas. [Robert W Baxter] -- Discusses the characteristics of Sphenopteris sellardsii, a new species of pteridosperm based on fertile foliage from the Elmo Limestone member of Early Permian age in east-central Kansas.

Sphenopteris sellardsii, a problematical pteridosperm from the Permian of Kansas. View/ Open. High resolution PDF (for higher quality images) (Mb) Lower resolution PDF (for faster downloading) (Kb) Issue Date Author.

Baxter, Robert W. Sphenopteris is a genus of seed ferns containing the foliage of various extinct plants, ranging from the Devonian to Late Cretaceous. The frond of Sphenopteris could be up to 20 inches (51 cm) long.

In Brazil, fossil of form genus Sphenopteris was located in outcrop Morro Papalé in the city of Mariana : †Lyginopteridopsida. Sphenopteris definition is - a form genus of Paleozoic fossil plants (order Cycadofilicales) based primarily on leaf blades with cuneate pinnules.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Carboniferous-Permian. Part of the stem of the fossil lycopod Sigillaria (a lycophyte). The external texture shows the former positions of the leaf bases.

Sporangia were borne on the stem surface amongst them. The figured stem fragment is 6 cm in length. Pteridophyte Devonian-Permian. Part of the foliage of the extinct fern Sphenopteris (a. Seed ferns (Pteridosperms) were group of seed plants from the Carboniferous and Permian periods (about to million years ago).

Some, such as Medullosa, grew as upright, unbranched woody trunks topped with a crown of large fernlike fronds; others, such as Mariopterids, were woody vines. Introduction. The number of Lopingian (“late” Permian) 1 floras in Europe is very limited. Lopingian floras are known from the Zechstein Basin (British Isles, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Germany and Poland), from Hungary and the Southern Alps, northern Italy (see e.g., Chaloner and Meyen,Schweitzer, ).The floras from the Zechstein Basin are less Cited by: Epidermal anatomy of Glenopteris splendens Sellards nov.

emend., an enigmatic seed plant from the Lower Permian of Kansas (U.S.A.) October. TOWNROW, J. The Peltaspermaceae, a pteridosperm family of Permian and Triassic age. Palaeontology, 3, 3, – This is a specimen of a very rare species of the herbaceous seed fern Sphenopteris Crossotheca schatzlarensis preserved with great details.

This delicate herbaceous plants, are rarely found as a fossils. Zeilleria, Discopterids, Uranopterids etc. were mostly a herbaceous "seeds ferns" or were creeping, vine-like plants.

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