Kovar-Eder, Johanna, Kvaček, Zlatko, Teodoridis, Vasilis, Mazouch, Petr & Collinson, Margaret E., 2022, Floristic, Vegetation And Climate Assessment Of The Early / Middle Miocene Parschlug Flora Indicates A Distinctly Seasonal Climate, Fossil Imprint 78 (1), pp. 80-144 : 95

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Juglans View in CoL parschlugiana UNGER

Pl. 6, Figs 16–20; Pl. 10, Figs 17, 18

2004 “ Juglans parschlugiana UNGER ; Kovar-Eder et al., p. 75, pl. 9, figs 15, 16.

A d d i t i o n a l m a t e r i a l. GBA 2005/0004/0055,

0058, 0092, NHMW 1878/6/7698, 8618, 8631.

D e s c r i p t i o n. Leaflets, sub-sessile; lamina probably coriaceous, broad elliptic to broad ovate, slightly asymmetrical, l × w about (27) 48–86 × 17–32 mm, ratio l/w about 1.6–2.6, base rounded, asymmetrical, apex bluntly acute to somewhat acuminate; margin entire, faintly undulate, very rarely with isolated blunt teeth; midvein moderately strong, straight; secondaries brochidodromous, regularly spaced, distinct, originating at right to wide angles; depending on asymmetry of lamina angles somewhat steeper in narrower half; course at first almost straight, towards margin bent and looping close to margin; intersecondaries occasionally interspaced with secondaries; tertiaries percurrent, often nearly perpendicular to secondaries.

Differing from leaflets of Juglans sp. by broad elliptic to ovate and stronger asymmetrical shape as well as probably more coriaceous lamina.

Differing from Phaseolites securidacus UNGER by larger lamina, shape, and conspicuous secondaries.

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