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Pyrus wischneideri

Pyrus wischneideri U. Striegler Peckiana, 12: 24, 75. 19 Sep 2017
Name
Pyrus wischneideri
Rank
Species
Generic Name
[Genus] Pyrus
Authors (Pub.)
Striegler U.  
Publication
Die obermiozäne Flora des Blättertons von Wischgrund und anderer gleichaltriger Fundstellen der Klettwitzer Hochfläche (Niederlausitz, Land Brandenburg, Deutschland) [2017/9]
Journal
Peckiana
Volume
12
Page number
24, 75
Year
2017
Fossil Status
leaves
Stratigraphy
Tortonian
Strat. comment
Rauno Formation
Location
clay pit Wischgrund near Lauchhammer, Lower Lusatia, Brandenburg, Germany (in the year 1987 devastated by opencast mine Klettwitz)
Paleoregion
Eurasia (Europe)
Data for Holotypus
Repository
Museum der Natur und Umwelt, Cottbus, Germany
Repository Number
Section Geology, No. F19461
Diagnosis
Leaves suborbiculate, wide elliptic to ovate, base rounded, apex acute to acuminate; margin regular serrate, teeth sinus and apex acute to rounded, at the base of the leaf teeth pressed against margin, crenate or absent; venation pinnate, reticulodromous, 8 to 11 secondary veins, often forked, branches connected with the next secondary vein or its branches or the parallel running intersecondary veins in a narrow arc or an acute angle, outer branches or fine veins branching-off from the arcs, terminating directly in the apex or sinus of teeth; tertiary veins percurrent, relatively narrow, running off oblique the secondary veins, going perpendicular to the primary vein.

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