Thermophilous elements from the late Miocene flora of Pécs-Danitzpuszta (Mecsek Mts, Hungary) – confimed by cuticular analysis

Hably, Lilla [Hably, Lilla (Paleontológia), szerző] Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum; Erdei, Boglárka [Erdei, Boglárka (paleontológia), szerző] Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum; Sebe, Krisztina [Sebe, Krisztina (Földtan, geomorfo...), szerző]

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: STUDIA BOTANICA HUNGARICA 0301-7001 50 (1) pp. 9-17 2019
    The late Miocene (Pannonian) flora of Pécs-Danitzpuszta was first studied and published by Hably & Sebe (2016). Recent collections, however, revealed additional foliage remains, some also providing epidermal details. A well-preserved leaf fragment assigned to Laurophyllum based on its micromorphology proves the presence of Lauraceae. A frequent element of European Miocene floras, Laurophyllum pseudoprinceps, is first described from the late Miocene (Pannonian) of Hungary. In addition, a leafl et of Engelhardia orsbergensis is also first reported as a thermophilous element in the Hungarian late Miocene.
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    2019-09-19 06:30