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Fokienia shengxianensis

Fokienia shengxianensis W.-L. He, B.-N. Sun, Y.-S. Liu Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol., 176-177: 25. 4 Apr 2012
Name
Fokienia shengxianensis
Rank
Species
Generic Name
[Genus] Fokienia
Authors (Pub.)
He W.-L. Sun B.-N. Liu Y.-S.  
Publication
Fokienia shengxianensis sp. nov. (Cupressaceae) from the late Miocene of eastern China and its palaeoecological implications [2012/4]
Journal
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology
Volume
176-177
Page number
25
Year
2012
Fossil Status
leafy twigs
Stratigraphy
Miocene
Strat. comment
Shengxian Formation
Location
Jiahu Diatomite Mine, Tiantai County, Zhejiang Province, China.
Paleoregion
Eurasia (China)
Data for Holotypus
Repository
Institute of Palaeontology and Stratigraphy (LDGSW), Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China
Repository Number
JH-1-4-290
Data for Paratypus
Repository
Institute of Palaeontology and Stratigraphy (LDGSW), Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China
Repository Number
JH-1-3-042, JH-2-045, JH-1-046, JH-1-052, JH-1-4-057 (Plate I, 5), JH-1-4-235 (A, B), JH-1-4-290 (A, B) (Plate I, 1, 2), JH-1- 4-297 (Plate I, 3), JH-1-4-466 (A, B) (Plate I, 6, 7), JH-1-4-476 (Plate I, 4), JH-1-4-477, JH-1-4-478, JH-1-4-949, JH-1-956, JH-224, HNT-11 (Plate II, 2), HNT-25 (Plate II, 1), HNT-50 (Plate II, 3), HNT-51, HNT- 215 (Plate II, 4).
Diagnosis
Foliage branches spread in flattened sprays. Leaves scalelike, dimorphic, decussate and almost in whorls of four. Facial leaves oblanceolate with obtuse apex. Lateral leaves boat-shaped with acute apex, overlapping margins of facial leaves, almost as long as or slightly longer than facial leaves. Epidermal cells mostly quadrangular, rectangular and elongate rectangular; hypostomatic; stomata cyclocytic, elliptical. Many papillae present around stomata.
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