2 edition of Archaeosperma arnoldii, a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America found in the catalog.
Archaeosperma arnoldii, a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America
John Michael Pettitt
|Statement||by John M. Pettitt and Charles B. Beck.|
|Series||Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, v. 22, no. 10, Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology ;, v. 22, no. 10.|
|Contributions||Beck, Charles B., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE701 .M5 vol. 22, no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||74626469|
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ARCHAEOSPERMA ARNOLDZZ-A CUPULATE SEED FROM THE UPPER DEVONIAN OF NORTH AMERICA JOHN M. PETTITT1 and CHARLES B. BECK2 Department of Botany, The University of Michigan ABSTRACT-A new seed, Archaeosperma arnoldii, n.
gen. and n. sp., from the Upper Devonian of North America, provides evidence for the existence of gymnospermous plants in pre. Add tags for "Archaeosperma arnoldii, a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America,".
Be the first. Get this from a library. Archaeosperma Arnoldii: a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America. [John M Pettitt; Charles B Beck].
Archaeosperma arnoldii Pettitt and Beck () from Famennian Devonian (Fa2d, FAIRoN- Archaeosperma specimens were demonstrated to be ovulate.
Archaeosperma arnoldii The earliest (Devonian) seed-like structure. Source for information on Archaeosperma arnoldii: A Dictionary of Earth Sciences dictionary. Seed plants with ovules were abundant in the Late Devonian of Euramerica and they contribute significantly to our understanding of their early history.
However, coeval ovules have been scarce in other regions of the world. Specimens of the seed plant Cosmosperma polyloba gen. et sp. nov. Wang et al. were recently obtained from the Upper Devonian (Famennian) Wutong Formation, at Cited by: Archaeosperma arnoldii — a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America.
Contributions from the Museum of Palaeontology, University of Michigan – Phillips TL, DiMichele. Pettitt, J. M., and C. Beck, “Archaeosperma Arnoldii — A Cupulate Seed from the Upper Devonian of North America,” Contributions of the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 22 (), pp.
– A description of the first seed found in the Devonian. Google Scholar. Archaeosperma arnoldii—a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America. CONTRIB MUS PALEONTOL UNIV MICHI – Phillips, T. Cited by: Cosmosperma polyloba gen.
et sp. nov., a seed plant from the Upper Devonian of South China. Wang D(1), Liu L, Meng M, Xue J, Liu T, Guo Y. Author information: (1)Key Laboratory of Orogenic Belts and Crustal Evolution, Department of Geology, Peking University, Beijing,China, [email protected] by: the Upper Devonian fossils Pseudosporogonites hallei and Xenotheca bertrandii from Belgium and the similar ovules Aglosperma quadrapartita and Aglosperma avonensis from Britain and Aglosperma sp.
from North America to consider their structure and organization and to determine whether they were cupulate. Methodology. The Devonian Catskill delta succession of eastern New York has long furnished a record of early (late Middle–Late Devonian) terrestrial plants (see review in Banks et al., ).The thick, shoaling-up succession of the Catskill delta developed with uplift and erosion of the Acadian Mountains in central New England with the Middle–Late Devonian collision of Laurentia (“ancestral North Cited by: The Late Devonian Red Hill locality in north-central Pennsylvania contains an Archaeopteris-dominated plant fossil assemblage, a diverse fossil fauna, and an extensive sedimentary sequence ideal for investigating the landscapes and biotic associations of the earliest forest ntological analysis of the main plant-fossil bearing layer at Red Hill indicates that it was a flood.
Silurian and Devonian Palaeobotany. University Depositional setting, taphonomy and geochronology of new fossil sites in the Catskill Formation (Upper Devonian) of north-central Pennsylvania, USA, including a new early tetrapod fossil (): Archaeosperma arnoldii: a cupulate seed from the Upper Devonian of North America.
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An excerpt from a book describing plant and bird discoveries in New England. | DPLA.Originally published inDevonian Floras presents a detailed account 'of the two Devonian land floras'. Illustrative figures and textual notes are incorporated throughout.
Devonian Floras will be of value to anyone with an interest in the Devonian period, botany and the history of science. Contents. Introduction 1.
The geological age of.