Jenkinsella conferta P.I. Alexeev, Golovn. Paleobot., 8: 103. 2017
- Jenkinsella conferta
- Generic Name
- [Genus] Jenkinsella
- Authors (Pub.)
- Alexeev P. I.
Golovneva L. B.
- Taxonomy and morphological diversity of infructescences Jenkinsella co-occurred with Trochodendroides leaves in the Cretaceous and Paleogene 
- Page number
- Fossil Status
- Upper Cretaceous
- Strat. comment
- Coniacian-Santonian: Sym Formation
- Kiya River basin, Archekas hill, Kemerovo region, Russian Federation
- Eurasia (W Siberia)
Data for Holotypus
- Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.-Petersburg, Russian Federation
- Repository Number
- The long shoots bear alternate short shoots 2—2,5 mm apart. Raceme infructescences located
on short shoots in terminal position. Each raceme is 15—30 mm long, formed by 15—20 spirally arranged
closely spaced follicles. The junction between the twig axis and short shoot is marked by a swollen joint.
Short shoots bearing 3—5 alternate, closely spaced leaf scars. The follicles are borne on short stalks singly
or sometimes in pairs. Follicles are ellipsoid in shape, small, 5—7 mm long, 2—3 mm in diameter, with acute
or slightly attenuate apex and obtuse base attenuated in short stalk 0,5—1 mm long.