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The lower permian at rillo de gallo guadalajara spain


, : The lower permian at rillo de gallo guadalajara spain. Acta Geologica Hispanica 11(3): 65-70

The material that Sacher (1966) named Capas de la Ermita is designated as Autunian, on the basis of an association of pollen and spores. The material was found in NE Guadalajara [Spain]. The spores are Calamospora sp., Punctatisporites breviornatus, Cyclogranisporites pergranulus, Raistrickia irregularis, Lundbladispora gigantea and Lycospora sp. Pollen species are Florinites similis, F. cf. luberae, Wilsonites delicatus, Potonieisporites novicus, P. bhardwaji, P. simplex, Potonieisporites sp., Cordaitina sp., Vittatina costabilis, Vittatina sp., Striomonosaccites sp. Gardenasporites delicatus, Pityosporites cf. westphalensis, Kosankeisporites sp., Ephedripites sp., Schopfipollenites sp. and Cycadopites sp.


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