Ceratophyllum (Ceratophyllaceae) from the Miocene of Eastern China and its Paleoecological Significance
Vegetative shoots and a newly discovered fruit of Ceratophyllum are described from diatomite of the middle Miocene Shanwang Formation in Shandong Province, eastern China. Based on the fruit, the fossil can be referred to C. muricatum subsp. muricatum. The presence of this Ceratophyllum indicates that the climate was slightly warmer and more equable than today.
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Publication date: 2005-10-01
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