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The genus Leptophloeum of the Devonian






Geobios 15(1): 33-41

The genus Leptophloeum of the Devonian


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Accession: 020351533

DOI: 10.1016/S0016-6995(82)80056-9



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Lemoigne Y., 1982: The devonian genus leptophloeum. The study of numerous prints referred to the Devonian genus Leptophloeum, more particularly from Kazakhstan and South Africa, has made it possible to specify the morphology of the leaves and to explain the prints of the leaf cushions. The differen...

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Geng B Y., 1990: New observations on leptophloeum rhombicum from the upper devonian of hubei china. A petrified stem of Leptophloeumrhombicum is described from the Huangjiadeng Formation of the Upper Devonian in Changyang, Hubei. In the xylem of the axis, the secondary xylem is not preserved, the greatest part of the primary xylem is composed of...

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Yasui Toshio; Okitsu Noboru, 2007: Discovery of Late Devonian plant Leptophloeum from the Suberidani area in the Kurosegawa Belt, Tokushima Prefecture, southwest Japan. Late Devonian plant Leptophloeum rhombicum (Dawson, 1862) is newly discovered from the "Suberidani lenticular body" of the Kurosegawa Belt in Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku, Southwest Japan. The twelve specimens are well-preserved in fine...

Wang, Q.G.ng, B.; Dilcher, D., 2005: New perspective on the architecture of the late Late Devonian arborescent lycopsid Leptophloeum rhombicum (Leptophloeaceae). A reinvestigation of the previously described Leptophloeum rhombicum trunk from the Late Devonian (Frasnian) Huangchiateng Formation of Hubei, China provides a new perspective on the architecture of this arborescent lycopsid. It is preserved as a...

Walton, J., 1926: On some Australian fossil plants referable to the genus Leptophloeum Dawson. A summary is given of the knowledge of Leptophloeum, a genus of fossil Lycopodiaceous plants from the Upper Devonian. The type came from the Perry basin, Maine, U. S. A. Another species is known from Palaeozoic rocks in Queensland. Suggestions are...