J Integr Plant Biol. ›› 1984, Vol. 26 ›› Issue (5): -.

• Research Articles •    

Some Paleozoic Relics from the Late Triassic in Western Hubei, China

Zhu Jia-nan, Hu Yu-fan and Meng Fan-song   

Abstract: This paper deals with a few fossil plants of the Jiuligang Formation found ill Jingmen-Dangyang Basin, western Hubei, China. Of which a few are related to paleozoic taxa, such as Compsopteris laxivenosa sp. nov. and C. xiheensis (Feng) comb. nov., Besides those, Paradrepanozamites dadaochangensis Chen, emend, nov. and P. minor sp. nov. are described. The geological age of the Jiuligang Formation is assigned to Carnic to early Noric.

Key words: Jingmen-Dangyang Basin, Jiuligang Formation, Compsopteris, Para- Drepanozamites, early Noric., Carnic

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