Late cretaceous macrofloras of eastern otago, new zealand:Gymnosperms

M.Pole M.PoleMikeM.Pole M.PoleMikehttps://api.elsevier.com/content/author/author_id/56253011700 (1995) Late cretaceous macrofloras of eastern otago, new zealand:Gymnosperms. Australian Systematic Botany, 8 6: 1067-1106. doi:10.1071/SB9951067


Author M.Pole M.PoleMikeM.Pole M.PoleMikehttps://api.elsevier.com/content/author/author_id/56253011700
Title Late cretaceous macrofloras of eastern otago, new zealand:Gymnosperms
Journal name Australian Systematic Botany   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1030-1887
Publication date 1995-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1071/SB9951067
Volume 8
Issue 6
Start page 1067
End page 1106
Total pages 40
Language eng
Subject 1105 Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
1110 Plant Science
Abstract Six new coniferous fossils are described from the Late Cretaceous of eastern Otago, New Zealand. These include two new species of Araucaria, A. desmondii, for which a new section, Perpendicula is erected, and A. taieriensis. Syntypes of Dammara oweni Ettingsh. and D. uninervis Ettingsh. are illustrated and concluded to be a single species of Araucaria, A. oweni. The diagnosis of Araucarioides Bigwood & Hill is emended and a new species, A. falcata (the first record of this genus from New Zealand) is described. Podozamites taenioides Cantrill is also placed into Araucarioides. Two new genera and species of Podocarpaceae are described, Kaia rninuta and Katikia inordinata. A new genus and species, Otakauia lanceolata, is described and placed in the Taxodiaceae. The type specimen of Sequoia novae-zeelandiae Ettingsh. (Taxodiaceae) is re-examined and its cuticle described for the first time. Its identity is confirmed, but it is placed in Sequoiadendron which follows a more recent nomenclatural change involving extant species. A range of more poorly preserved conifer material is illustrated. The original vegetation grew in near-polar latitudes and would have experienced long periods of winter-darkness.
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