Monthly Archives: August 2014

An exceptional three-dimensionally preserved Pararaucaria (Cheirolepidiaceae) ovuliferous cone from the late Jurassic of Southern England: non-destructive recovery of full anatomical and histological detail using Diamond Light Source synchrotron

Type Presentation Event EPPC (Padua, Italy) Authors Spencer ART, Kenrick P, Steart DC, Garwood RJ, Hilton J, Munt MC, Needham J Date 2014 Abstract The Cheirolepidiaceae are an extinct group of conifers with an extensive Mesozoic fossil record well-documented by foliage, wood, pollen and reproductive organs. Three-dimensionally preserved Cheirolepidiaceous ovuliferous cones are rare, with few […]