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J. 2019. The oldest record of Juniperoxylon, a cupressaceous fossil wood from the Middle Triassic of Argentina. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 64 (3): 481-488. One of the oldest species of fossil woods with affinities to Cupressaceae is Cupressinoxylon zamunerae from the Ladinian, Middle Triassic of Argentina, but the generic assignment of this species was a subject of debate. The main character that is in conflict with Cupressinoxylon is the presence of ray tracheids in C. zamunerae, adoi:10.4202/app.00597.2019 fatcat:2wc7inxs6rgvdnsuhmpfpfv6du