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New data on the winged fruits of Carpolithus prangosoides Berry from the Eocene of western Tennessee and Kentucky
We reexamined the morphology of the winged fruits Carpolithus prangosoides Berry (later synonym: Terminalia vera Berry) from the Eocene Claiborne Formation of southeastern North America, based on original and more recently collected specimens from several localities in Tennessee and Kentucky, USA. Physical and virtual sections of the fossils allow for more detailed documentation of wing morphology. The fruits are ellipsoidal, with five main lateral wings which bear radiating reticulate venationdoi:10.35535/acpa-2020-0009 fatcat:yhuxi2x6lndcjfpxzyq4nh3fbm