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PALAEOXYLOTOMICAL STUDIES IN THE CENOZOIC PETRIFIED FORESTS OF GREECE. PART TWO – CONIFERS
Acta Palaeontologica Romaniae
This paper reports the palaeoxylotomical study of petrified conifer remains from Velitzelos collection, orig-inating from some fossiliferous sites of Greece, especially from the Aegean area (Evros, Limnos, Lesbos), aged of late Oligocene to early Miocene. Ten species were identified: Cupressinoxylon akdikii, Juniperoxylon acarcae, Tetraclinoxylon velitzelosii, Taxodioxylon gypsaceum, Taxodioxylon taxodii, Glyptostroboxylon rudolphii, Glyptostroboxylon tenerum, Pinuxylon pineoides, Pinuxylondoi:10.35463/j.apr.2022.01.07 fatcat:5yn2sxgt5fg6ralkicfdksudg4