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1. Moroxylon nov. gen. (Moraceae), ein verkieseltes Maulbeerholz aus jungtertiären Schichten Bayerns (Hallertau)


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2. First record of Matisia (Bombacaceae) and Crudia (Caesalpiniaceae) wood from the Tertiary of Rio Paranaiba, Brazil


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3. Capparidoxylon holleisii nov. spec., a silicifi ed Capparis (Capparaceae) wood with insect coprolites from the Neogene of southern Germany


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4. Tertiary Cedrela woods (Meliaceae) from the North Alpine Foreland in Southern Germany and Austria


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5. First record of a Lecythidaceae wood (Carinianoxylon brasiliense gen. et sp. nov.) from the Tertiary of the New World (Brazil, Rio Paranaiba)


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6. Lower Cretaceous conifer drift wood from Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago


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7. A silicified wood from the church of St. Laurentius in Zeholfing (Bavaria, Germany) – an unusual link between archeology and paleontology


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8. Miocene palaeoclimate reconstructions from the North Alpine Foreland Basin in Germany, supplement to: Böhme, Madelaine; Bruch, Angela A; Selmeier, Alfred (2007): Implication of...


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9. Early Miocene (Ottnangian) palaeoclimate estimates based on fossil wood of the North Alpine Foreland Basin (Germany)


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10. Early Miocene (Karpatian) palaeoclimate estimates based on fossil wood of the North Alpine Foreland Basin (Germany)


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