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Dicotylophyllum stipulare

Dicotylophyllum stipulare M. Moiseeva Paleontol. Zhurn., 2014, (6): 109. 2014
Name
Dicotylophyllum stipulare
Rank
Species
Generic Name
[Genus] Dicotylophyllum
Authors (Pub.)
Moiseeva M. G.  
Publication
Novye pokrytosemennye pozdnemelovoj ust'-emuneretskoj flory Tsentralnoj Chukotki [2014]
Journal
Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal
Annee/Jahrgang
2014
Issue
6
Page number
109
Year
2014

Fossil Status
leaves

Stratigraphy
Upper Cretaceous
Strat. comment
Santonian-Campanian
Location
mouth of the left tributary Emuneretveem River, upper reaches of Enmyvaam River, Tchukotka peninsula, Tchukotka Autonomous District, Russian Federation
Paleoregion
Eurasia (Far East)
Data for Holotypus
Repository
Geological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
Repository Number
3392/70 a & b [part/counterpart]
Num
pl. XVI, fig. 5, 10, 11, 15, 16; text-fig. 5, а, б
Pub.
Novye pokrytosemennye pozdnemelovoj ust'-emuneretskoj flory Tsentralnoj Chukotki [2014]
Diagnosis
Leaves simple, entire, small or medium-sized, length to width ratio about 1.5 : 1. Leaf blade obovate, slightly asymmetric. Leaf base cuneate, asymmetric. Leaf apex rounded. Petiole short with asymmetrically attached oval stipules. Stipules have flabellate venation. Leaf margin double (or triple) crenateserrate, entire in the lower 1/3 part of leaf blade. Teeth are roundedtriangular, compound with 1–2 smaller teeth in the basal side. Venation pinnate, craspedodromous and partly semicraspedodromous. Secondary veins (4–5 pairs) alternate, having 2–4 basiscopic branches.

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