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Carboniferous and Permian plants of China
Permian plants of Australia
Triassic and Jurassic plants of Scania
Triassic plants of Thale, Germany
Triassic plants of Lunz, Austria
Triassic plants of Eastern Australia
Jurassic plants of Eastern Australia
Cretaceous plants of Quedlinburg
Cretaceous plants of Australia
Cretaceous and Tertiary plants of Greenland
Tertiaryplants of Spitsbergen
Miocene flora of Iceland
Quaternary plants of Cameroon
The work with the so-called "Polarfloren", described by Oswald Heer, Alfred G. Nathorst, and others, is in progress. Information on the fossil site, age, organ of the plant, state of preservation and taxonomic position of each specimen is given. So far, the registration of the Spitsbergen material, comprising about 4500 specimens and ranging in age from Paleocene to the Early Oligocene is completed.
A second large collection is from Scania in southern Sweden. The Rhaetian and Liassic strata (210-180 million years old) contain a large variety of fossil plants and are of paramount importance for understanding possible environmental and floristic changes at the Triassic/Jurassic boundary. The collection contains abouts 25 000 specimens, among them almost 100 type specimens, which have been subject of numerous taxonomic publications and revisions.
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