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Article: A Rhaeto-Liassic flora from Airel, northern France

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 13
Part: 3
Publication Date: October 1970
Page(s): 433 442
Author(s): M. Muir and J. H. A. Van Konijnenburg-van Cittert
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MUIR, M., CITTERT, J. H. A. 1970. A Rhaeto-Liassic flora from Airel, northern France. Palaeontology13, 3, 433–442.

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An assemblage of fossil plants from the Upper Triassic/Liassic of Airel (Mancrfe), Northern France is recorded, and two new species, Hirmerella airelensis sp. nov. and Classopollis harrisii sp. nov., are described and figured. In situ and dispersed pollen is compared and a lycopod megaspore and microspore described. The assemblage is compared with others from France and Wales.
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