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The maastrichtian and tertiary palyno flora of the cameroon littoral sedimentary basin

, : The maastrichtian and tertiary palyno flora of the cameroon littoral sedimentary basin. Pollen et Spores 20(2): 215-260

A systematic study was made of planktonic forms, thallophyte bodies and spores, pteridophyte spores and spermatophyte pollen grains. This paper includes discussion of new taxa only. New genera are: POLUSPISSUSITES (Goodeniaceae), VERRUSTEPHANOCOLPORITES (pollen, affinities unknown), BALANOPOLLIS (Balanophoraceae), FILLAEOPSIDITES (Leguminosae), POLYPOROTETRADITES (Asclepiadaceae) and SATURNA (botanical affinities obscure). Over 40 new species and new combinations are included in the paper.

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