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Taxonomic realignment of the fossil polypodiaceous rhizome Thayeriorhizomoxylon chandrae ("chandraii") Patil and Datar from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of India

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Re-examination of the type material and micropreparations of "Thayeriorhizomoxylon chandrae Patil & Datar" (published as "T. chandraii"; Late Cretaceous, Maastrichtian) has revealed that the so-called branched rhizome is a petiolar base of the "Acrostichum type". The overall morpho-anatomy of the petiole plus root morphology are similar to that of Acrostichum intertrappeum. In light of above, T. chandrae is being realigned to A. intertrappeum Bonde & Kumaran.
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Keywords: ACROSTICHUM; DECCAN; FOSSIL; INDIA; POLYPODIACEAE; THAYERIORHIZOMOXYLON

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-02-01

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