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Updated on October 15, 2014

The following is a reverse chronological listing of 256 known publications in which Florida Museum of Natural History paleobotanical and palynological specimens are cited or figured. From 1965 to 1989 most specimens are cited with the prefix IU (collection of Indiana University, Bloomington, IN) and from 1990 to present, specimens are cited with the prefix UF (University of Florida, Gainesville, FL).

  1. Fabiany Herrera, Steven R. Manchester, Jorge Vélez-Juarbe, and Carlos Jaramillo. 2014. Phytogeographic History of the Humiriaceae (Part 2). International Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 175(7): 828-840.
  2. Melanie L. DeVore, Kathleen B. Pigg, David L. Dilcher, and Deborah Freile. 2014. Catahoulea grahamii, a new genus and species of fagaceous involucres from the Oligocene Catahoula Formation, central Texas, and the middle Eocene Claiborne Formation of Kentucky and Tennessee, U.S.A. In W. D. Stevens, Olga Martha Montiel, and Peter H. Raven [eds.], Paleobotany and Biogrography, A Festschrift for Alan Graham in His 80th Year, 39-50. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis, Missouri.
  3. David L. Dilcher, Terry A. Lott, Michael A. Gibson, and Callie Dudley. 2014. An extinct Caesalpinoid floer from the Eocene of Western Tennessee. In W. D. Stevens, Olga Martha Montiel, and Peter H. Raven [eds.], Paleobotany and Biogrography, A Festschrift for Alan Graham in His 80th Year, 51-63. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis, Missouri.
  4. Fabiany Herrera, Steven R. Manchester, Rebecca Koll, and Carlos Jaramillo. 2014. Fruits of Oreomunnea (Juglandaceae) in the Early Miocene of Panama. In W. D. Stevens, Olga Martha Montiel, and Peter H. Raven [eds.], Paleobotany and Biogrography, A Festschrift for Alan Graham in His 80th Year, 124-133. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis, Missouri.
  5. Steven R. Manchester, Laura Calvillo-Canadell, Sergio R.S. Cevallos-Ferriz. 2014. Assembling extinct plants from their isolated parts. Boletín de la Sociedad Geológica Mexicana, 66(1): 53-63.
  6. Steven R. Manchester and Tatyana M. Kodrul. 2014. Morphology, affinities and phytogeographic history of Porosia Hickey in the Cretaceous and Paleocene of North America and Asia. Acta Palaeobotanica, 54(1): 77–99. http://www.botany.pl/ibwyd/acta_paleo/act-p54.html
  7. Martínez-Millán, M. and W. L. Crepet. 2014. The fossil record of the Solanaceae revisited and revised - the fossil record of Rhamnaceae enhanced. Botanical Review 80(2): 73-106.
  8. Elisabeth A. Wheeler and Steven R. Manchester. 2014. Middle Eocene trees of the Clarno Petrified Forest, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon. PaleoBios 30(3):105–114. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/20n1p06q.
  9. Hui Jia and Steven R. Manchester. 2014. Fossil Leaves and Fruits of Cercis L. (Leguminosae) from the Eocene of Western North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 175, No. 5: 601-612.
  10. Steven R. Manchester and Kazuhiko Uemura. 2014. Ozakia, a new genus of winged fruit shared between the Miocene of Japan and western North America. Journal of Plant Research, Vol. 127(2): 87-192. DOI 10.1007/s10265-013-0602-2.
  11. Hongshan Wang, Jane Blanchard, and David Dilcher. 2013. Fruits, seeds, and flowers from the Warman clay pit (middle Eocene Claiborne Group), western Tennessee, USA. Palaeontologia Electronica, Vol. 16, Issue 3; 31A; 73p;
    palaeo-electronica.org/content/2013/545-eocene-plants-from-tennesse or http://palaeo-electronica.org/content/pdfs/320.pdf
  12. Steven R. Manchester, Dashrath K. Kapgate, and Jun Wen. 2013. Oldest fruits of the grape family (Vitaceae) from the Late Cretaceous Deccan Cherts of India. American Journal of Botany, 100: 1849-1859.
  13. Mikhail S. Romanov and David L. Dilcher. 2013. Fruit structure in Magnoliaceae s.l. and Archaeanthus and their relationships. American Journal of Botany 100(8): 1494–1508.
  14. Qi Wang, Steven R. Manchester, Hans-Joachim Gregor, Si Shen, and Zhen-yu Li. 2013. Fruits of Koelreuteria (Sapindaceae) from the Cenozoic throughout the northern hemisphere: Their ecological, evolutionary, and biogeographic implications. American Journal of Botany, 100: 422-449.
  15. Steven R. Manchester, Iju Chen, and Terry A. Lott. 2012. Seeds of Ampelocissus, Cissus, and Leea (Vitales) from the Paleogene of Western Peru and Their Biogeographic Significance. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 173(8): 933-943.
  16. Shuang-Xing Guo, Zlatko Kvacek, Steven R.Manchester, Zhe-Kun Zhou. 2012. Ditaxocladus (extinct Cupressaceae, cupressoideae) from the Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene of the Northern Hemisphere. Palaeontographica Abteilung B, 288: 135 - 159
  17. Steven R. Manchester, Fabiany Herrera, Elisabeth Fourtanier, John Barron, and Jean-Noël Martinez. 2012. Oligocene Age of the Classic Belén Fruit and Seed Assemblage of North Coastal Peru based on Diatom Biostratigraphy. The Journal of Geology, 120(4): 467-476.
  18. Gregory W. Stull, Fabiany Herrera, Steven R. Manchester, Carlos Jaramillo, and Bruce H. Tiffney. 2012. Fruits of an “Old World” tribe (Phytocreneae; Icacinaceae) from the Paleogene of North and South America. Systematic Botany, 37(3): 784–794.
  19. Fabiany Herrera, Steven R. Manchester, Carlos Jaramillo. 2012. Permineralized fruits from the late Eocene of Panama give clues of the composition of forests established early in the uplift of Central America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 175: 10–24.
  20. Nareerat Boonchai and Steven R. Manchester. 2012. Systematic Affinities of Early Eocene Petrified Woods from Big Sandy Reservoir, Southwestern Wyoming. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 173 (2): 209-227.
  21. Stults, Debra Z., Brian J. Axsmith, Terrell K. Knight, Patrick S. Bingham. 2012. The conifer Araucaria bladenensis and associated large pollen and ovulate cones from the Upper Cretaceous Ingersoll shale (Eutaw Formation) of Alabama. Cretaceous Research, 34: 142-148.
  22. Sakala, Jakub and Gryc, Vladimír. 2011. A new species of Rhysocaryoxylon (Juglandaceae) from the Lower Eocene Fur Formation of Mors island (northwest Jutland, Denmark). Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 59: 45–49.
  23. Dashrath Kapgate, Nilamber Awasthi, Steven R. Manchester and Shyamala D. Chitaley. 2011. Inflorescences and flowers of Sahnipushpam Shukla from the Deccan Intertrappean beds of India. Acta Palaeobotanica, 51(2): 207–227. http://www.ib-pan.krakow.pl/ibwyd/acta_paleo/acta-cont.html.
  24. Fabiany Herrera, Steven R. Manchester, Sara B. Hoot, Keir M. Wefferling, Mónica R. Carvalho, and Carlos Jaramillo. 2011. Phytogeographic implications of fossil endocarps of Menispermaceae from the Paleocene of Colombia. American Journal of Botany 98(12): 2004-2017.
  25. Gregory W. Stull, B. Roger Moore, and Steven R. Manchester. 2011. Fruits of Icacinaceae from the Eocene of Southeastern North America and Their Biogeographic Implications. International Journal of Plant Sciences. 172 (7): 935-947.
  26. Stults, D. Z. and B. J. Axsmith. 2011. Filling the gaps in the Neogene plant fossil record of eastern North America: New data from the Pliocene of Alabama. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 167: 1-9.
  27. Terry A. Lott, David L. Dilcher, Sally P. Horn, Orlando Vargas, and Robert L. Sanford, Jr. 2011. Pleistocene flora of Rio Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. Palaeontologia Electronica. 14(1): 1-19. (http://palaeo-electronica.org. 14.1.5A)
  28. Iju Chen, Steven R. Manchester. 2011. Seed Morphology of Vitaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 172(1): 1-35
  29. Hongshan Wang, David L. Dilcher, Robert N. Schwarzwalder, Jií Kvacek. 2011. Vegetative and Reproductive Morphology of an Extinct Early Cretaceous Member of Platanaceae from the Braun’s Ranch Locality, Kansas, U.S.A. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 172(1): 139-157.
  30. Srivastava, Satish K. 2011. Spore-pollen biostratigraphy of the English Jurassic. Palaeontographica Abteilung B Band 285 Lieferung 4-6: 113-201.
  31. David M. Jarzen, Sarah Corbett and Steven Manchester. 2010. Palynology and paleoecology of the Middle Miocene Alum Bluff flora, Liberty County, Florida, USA. Palynology, 34(2): 261-286.
  32. David M. Jarzen and Curtis Klug. 2010. A preliminary investigation of a lower to middle Eocene palynoflora from Pine Island, Florida, USA. Palynology, 34(2): 164-179.
  33. Qi Wang, Steven R. Manchester, and David L. Dilcher. 2010. Fruits and foliage of Pueraria (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae) from the Neogene of Eurasia and their biogeographic implications. American Journal of Botany, 97: 1982-1998.
  34. Steven R. Manchester, Xiao-Ping Xiang, and Qiu-Yun (Jenny) Xiang. 2010. Fruits of Cornelian Cherries (Cornaceae: Cornus subg. Cornus) in the Paleocene and Eocene of the Northern Hemisphere. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 171(8): 882-891.
  35. Steven R. Manchester and Zlatko Kvacek. 2010. Inflorescences and compound leaves of the extinct Platanus neptuni complex in the Oligocene of Oregon, USA. Acta Palaeobotanica 50(1): 5–15.
  36. Steven R. Manchester, Thomas M. Lehman, and Elisabeth A. Wheeler. 2010. Fossil Palms (Arecaceae, Coryphoideae) Associated with Juvenile Herbivorous Dinosaurs in the Upper Cretaceous Aguja Formation, Big Bend National Park, Texas. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 171(6): 679-689.
  37. Steven R. Manchester and Elizabeth L. O’Leary. 2010. Phylogenetic Distribution and Identification of Fin-winged Fruits. The Botanical Review, 76: (1): 1-82.
  38. Fabiany Herrera, Steven R. Manchester, Carlos Jaramillo, Bruce MacFadden, and Silane A. da Silva-Caminha. 2010. Phytogeographic History and Phylogeny of the Humiriaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 171, No. 4: 392-408.
  39. Qing Wang, Steven R. Manchester, Chengsen Li, and Baoyin Geng. 2010. Fruits and Leaves of Ulmus from the Paleogene of Fushun, Northeastern China. International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 171 (2): 221-226.
  40. Danette M. McMurran and Steven R. Manchester. 2010. Lagokarpos lacustris, a New Winged Fruit from the Paleogene of Western North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 171 (2): 227-234.
  41. David Dilcher. 2010. Major innovations in angiosperm evolution, chapter 6, pages 97-116, in Plants in Mesozoic Time, ed. by Carole T. Gee, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.
  42. Valentin A. Krassilov, Tatiana M. Kodrul, and Natalia P. Maslova. 2010. Plant systematics and differentiation of species over Trans-Beringian land connections including a newly recognized cupressaceous conifer Ditaxocladus Guo & Sun. Bulletin of Geosciences, 85(1): 95 - 110.
  43. Alan Graham. 2009. Fossil Record of the Rubiaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 96: 90-108.
  44. David T. Pocknall and David M. Jarzen. 2009. Pollen with viscin threads from the Late Cretaceous and Paleocene, Mérida Andes, Western Venezuela. Palynology, 33(2): 55-61.
  45. Cranwell, L. M. and S. Srivastava. 2009. An Early Cretaceous (Hauterivian) spore-pollen assemblage from southern Chile. Palynology, 33(1): 241-280.
  46. David L. Dilcher and Hongshan Wang. 2009. An Early Cretaceous fruit with affinities to Ceratophyllaceae. American Journal of Botany, 96: 2256-2269.
  47. Wang, H. and D. L Dilcher. 2009. Late Cretaceous angiosperm leaves from the Courtland clay pit, Minnesota, USA. Palaeontographica Abteilung B. 281:143-177.
  48. Steven R. Manchester and Zlatko Kvacek. 2009. Fruits of Sloanea (Elaeocarpaceae) in the Paleogene of North America and Greenland. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 170(7): 941–950.
  49. David M. Jarzen and David L. Dilcher. 2009. Palynological assessment of Holocene mangrove vegetation at the American Memorial Park, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. Grana, 48 (2): 136 - 146.
  50. Thomas N. Taylor, Edith L. Taylor, Michael Krings. 2009. Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants, Second Edition. Burlington: Elsevier Academic Press, 1230 pp.
  51. Steven R. Manchester, Zhi-Duan Chen, An-Ming Lu and Kazuhiko Uemura 2009. Eastern Asian endemic seed plant genera and their paleogeographic history throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 47(1):1-42.
  52. Steven R. Manchester, Qiuyun (Jenny) Xiang, Tatiana M. Kodrul and Mikhail A. Akhmetiev 2009. Leaves of Cornus (Cornaceae) from the Paleocene of North America and Asia Confirmed by Trichome Characters. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 170(1): 132–142. Figure 2I, Figure 2J.
  53. Shusheng Hu, David M. Jarzen, and David L. Dilcher. 2008. New species of angiosperm pollen from the Dakota Formation (Cenomanian, Upper Cretaceous) of Minnesota, U.S.A. Palynology, 32: 17-26.
  54. Hu, S., Dilcher, D.L., Jarzen, D.M. and Taylor, D.W. 2008. Early steps of angiosperm-pollinator coevolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(1): 240-245.
  55. Xin Wang. 2008. Mesofossils with platanaceous affinity from the Dakota Formation (Cretaceous) in Kansas, USA. Palaeoworld , 17(3-4): 246-252.
  56. Dylan O. Burge and Steven R. Manchester. 2008. Fruit Morphology, Fossil History, and Biogeography of Paliurus (Rhamnaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences, 169(8):1066–1085.
  57. Steven R. Manchester and Kathleen B. Pigg. 2008. The Eocene mystery flower of McAbee, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Botany, 86(9): 1034–1038.
  58. John C. Benedict, Kathleen B. Pigg, and Melanie L. DeVore. 2008. Hamawilsonia boglei gen. et sp. nov. (Hamamelidaceae) from the Late Paleocene Almont Flora of Central North Dakota. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 169(5): 687–700.
  59. Kathleen B. Pigg, Steven R. Manchester and Melanie L. DeVore. 2008. Fruits of Icacinaceae (Tribe Iodeae) from the Late Paleocene of western North America. American Journal of Botany, 95: 824-832.
  60. Brian D. Rankin, Ruth A. Stockey and Graham Beard. 2008. Fruits of Icacinaceae from the Eocene Appian Way Locality of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 169(2): 305–314.
  61. Paul S. Manos, Pamela S. Soltis, Douglas E. Soltis, Steven R. Manchester, Sang-Hun Oh, Charles D. Bell, David L. Dilcher and Donald E. Stone1. 2007. Phylogeny of Extant and Fossil Juglandaceae Inferred from the Integration of Molecular and Morphological Data Sets. Systematic Biology, 56 (3): 412-430.
  62. Zlatko Kvacek and William C. Rember. 2007. Calocedrus robustior (Cupressaceae) and Taxus schornii (Taxaceae): two new conifers from the middle Miocene Latah Formation of northern Idaho. PaleoBios 27(2): 68-79.
  63. Iju Chen and Steven R. Manchester. 2007. Seed morphology of modern and fossil Ampelocissus (Vitaceae) and implications for phytogeography. Am. J. Bot., 94: 1534-1553. Image 1, image 2.
  64. Steven R. Manchester and William C. Mcintosh. 2007. Late Eocene silicified fruits and seeds from the John Day Formation near Post, Oregon. PaleoBios, 27(1): 7-17.
  65. Steven R. Manchester and Leo J. Hickey. 2007. Reproductive and Vegetative Organs of Browniea gen. n. (Nyssaceae) from the Paleocene of North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 168(2): 229-249.
  66. Kathleen B. Pigg, Melanie L. DeVore and Wesley C. Wehr. 2006. Filicalean ferns from the Tertiary of western North America: Osmunda L. (Osmundaceae: Pteridophyta), Woodwardia Sm. (Blechnaceae: Pteridophyta), and onocleoid ferns (Filicales: Pteridophyta). Fern Gazette 17: 279-286.
  67. Elisabeth A. Wheeler, Steven R. Manchester and Michael Wiemann. 2006. Eocene woods of central Oregon. PaleoBios, 26(3):1-6.
  68. Barbara Meller. 2006. Comparative investigation of modern and fossil Toricellia fruits - a disjunctive element in the Miocene and Eocene of Central Europe and the USA. Beitr. Paläont., 30: 315-327.
  69. David M. Jarzen and David L. Dilcher. 2006. Middle Eocene Terrestrial Palynomorphs from the Dolime Minerals and Gulf Hammock Quarries, Florida, U.S.A. Palynology, 30: 89-110. Image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4, image 5.
  70. Steven R. Manchester and Iju Chen. 2006. Tetracentron Fruits from the Miocene of Western North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 167(3): 601-605.
  71. Steven R. Manchester, Walter S. Judd, and Bruce Handley. 2006. Foliage and Fruits of Early Poplars (Salicaceae: Populus) from the Eocene of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 167(4): 897-908.
  72. Shusheng Hu, David L. Dilcher, Harald Schneider, and David M. Jarzen. 2006. Eusporangiate Ferns from the Dakota Formation, Minnesota, U.S.A. International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 167: 579–589
  73. Hongshan Wang and David L. Dilcher 2006b. Angiosperm Leaf Megafossils from the Dakota Formation: Braun’s Ranch Locality, Cloud County, Kansas, USA. Palaeontographica Abteilung B. 273: 101-137.
  74. Hongshan Wang and David L. Dilcher 2006a. Aquatic Angiosperms from the Dakota Formation (Albian, Lower Cretaceous), Hoisington III Locality, Kansas, USA. Int. J. Plant Sci. 167(2): 373-383. Image 1, image 2.
  75. Diane M Erwin and Howard E Schorn 2006. Pinus baileyi (section Pinus, Pinaceae) from the Paleogene of Idaho, USA. Am. J. Bot. 93: 197-205.
  76. Dilcher, D.L., T.A. Lott 2005b. Atlas of Union Chapel Mine Fossil Plants; in Buta, R.J., Rindsberg, A.K. and Kopaska-Merkel, D.C., eds., Pennsylvanian Foortprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama: Alabama Paleontological Society Monograph no.1, p.339-365.
  77. Dilcher, D.L., T.A. Lott and B.J. Axsmith 2005. Fossil plants from the Union Chapel Mine, Alabama; in Buta, R.J., Rindsberg, A.K. and Kopaska-Merkel, D.C., eds., Pennsylvanian Foortprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama: Alabama Paleontological Society Monograph no.1, p.153-168.
  78. Dilcher, D.L. and T.A. Lott 2005a. A Middle Eocene Fossil Plant Assemblage (Powers Clay Pit) from Western Tennessee. Bull. Florida Museum of Natural History. 45(1):1-43.
  79. Michael D. Nowak and Richard Lupia. 2005. Reinvestigation of Ariadnaesporites varius Hall and Peake, 1968 emend. Hall, 1975. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 135 (1-2): 41-59.
  80. Kathleen B. Pigg and Melanie L. DeVore. 2005. Paleoactaea gen. nov. (Ranunculaceae) fruits from the Paleogene of North Dakota and the London Clay. Am. J. Bot. 92:1650-1659.
  81. Volker Wilde, Zlatko Kvacek and Josef Bogner. 2005. Fossil Leaves of the Araceae from the European Eocene and Notes on Other Aroid Fossils. Int. J. Plant Sci. 166(1):157-183.
  82. Steven R. Manchester, Zhiduan Chen, Baoyin Geng, and Junrong Tao. 2005. Middle Eocene flora of Huandian, Jilin Province, Northeastern China. Acta Palaeobotanica, 45(1):3-26.
  83. Steven R. Manchester, Kathleen B. Pigg, and Peter R. Crane. 2004. Palaeocarpinus dakotensis sp.n. (Betulaceae: Coryloideae) and Associated Staminate Catkins, Pollen, and Leaves from the Paleocene of North Dakota. Int. J. Plant Sci. 165(6):1135-1148.
  84. Steven R. Manchester and Richard M. Dillhoff. 2004. Fagus (Fagaceae) fruits, foliage, and pollen from the Middle Eocene of Pacific Northwestern North America. Canadian Journal of Botany, 82: 1509~1517.
  85. Hugo I. Martínez-Cabrera and Sergio R.S. Cevallos-Ferriz. 2004. A new species of Tapirira (Anacardiaceae) from Early Miocene sediments of the El Cien Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico. IAWA Journal, Vol. 25 (1), 2004: 103–117.
  86. Sarah L. Corbett and Steven R. Manchester. 2004. Phytogeography and Fossil History of Ailanthus (Simaroubaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 165(4):671-690. Image.
  87. Xin Wang. 2004. Plant cytoplasm preserved by lightning. Tissue and Cell 36(5):351-360.
  88. Iju Chen, Steven R. Manchester, and Zhiduan Chen. 2004. Anatomically preserved seeds of Nuphar (Nymphaeaceae) from the Early Eocene of Wutu, Shandong Province, China. Am. J. Bot. 91: 1265-1272.
  89. Kathleen B. Pigg, Steven R. Manchester, and Wesley C. Wehr. 2003. Corylus, Carpinus, and Palaeocarpinus (Betulaceae) from the Middle Eocene Klondike Mountain and Allenby Formations of Northwestern North America. Int. J. Plant Sci. 164(5):807-822.
  90. Boucher, L. D., Manchester, S. R., and Judd, W. S. 2003. An extinct genus of Salicaceae based on twigs with attached flowers, fruits, and foliage from the Eocene Green River Formation of Utah and Colorado, USA. Am. J. Bot., 90: 1389-1399.
  91. Sakala, J. 2003. Podocarpoxylon helmstedtianum Gottwald from Kuclín (Late Eocene, Czech Republic) reinterpreted as Tetraclinoxylon vulcanese Privé. Feddes Repertorium 114 (1-2): 25-29.
  92. Van Waveren, I. M., Van Konijenburg-Van Cittert, J. H. A., Van der Burgh, J. & Dilcher, D. L. 2002. Macrofloral remains from the Lower Cretaceous of the Leiva region (Colombia). - Scripta Geologica 123: 1-39.
  93. Mustoe, G.E. 2002. Hydrangea Fossils from the Early Tertiary Chuckanut Formation. Washington Geology, 30(3/4): 17-30.
  94. Wheeler, E.A. and S. R. Manchester 2002. Woods of the Eocene Nut Beds Flora, Clarno Formation, Oregon, USA. IAWA Journal (Supplement 3): 1-188.
  95. Manchester, S . R. 2002. Leaves and fruits of Davidia (Cornales) from the Paleocene of North America. Systematic Botany 27(2): 368-382. Image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4.
  96. Manchester, S. R., Akhmetiev, M.A., and Kodrul, T. M. 2002. Leaves and Fruits of Celtis aspera (Newberry) comb. nov. (Celtidaceae) from the Paleocene of North America and Eastern Asia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 163(5): 725-736.
  97. Pigg, K. B., and W. C. Wehr. 2002. Tertiary flowers, fruits and seeds of Washington State and adjacent areas--Part III. Washington Geology 30: 3-20.
  98. Mustoe, G. E. 2002. Hydrangea Fossils from the Early Tertiary Chuckanut Formation. Washington Geology 30(3/4): 17-20.
  99. Denk, T. & Meller, B. 2001. Systematic significance of the cupule/nut complex in living and fossil Fagus. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162:869-897.
  100. Manchester, S.R. 2001. Update on the megafossil flora of Florissant, Colorado. Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Series 4, Number 1, pp.137-161. Image 1, image 2.
  101. McClain, A.M. & Manchester, S.R. 2001. Dipteronia (Sapindaceae) from the Tertiary of North America and implications for the phytogeographic history of the Aceroideae. American Journal of Botany 88(7):1316-1325. Image 1, image 2.
  102. Manchester, S.R. 2001. Leaves and fruits of Aesculus (Sapindales) from the Paleocene of North America. International Journal of Plant Science 162(4):985-998.
  103. Jaramillo, C.A. & Dilcher, D.L. 2001. Middle Paleogene palynology of Central Colombia, South America: A study of pollen and spores from tropical latitudes. Palaeontographica Abt. B, 258(4-6):87-213.
  104. Pigg, K.B. 2001. Isoetalean Lycopsid Evolution: from the Devonian to the Present. American Fern Journal 91(3): 99-114.
  105. Kvacek, J. and D.L. Dilcher. 2000. Comparison of Cenomanian floras from Western Interior North America and Central Europe. Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Geologica 44(1):17-38.
  106. Hably, L., Kvacek, Z. & Manchester, S.R. 2000. Shared taxa of land plants in the Oligocene of Europe and North America in contex of Holarctic phytogeography. Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Geologica 44(1):59-74.
  107. Manchester, S.R. and E.J. Hermsen. 2000. Flowers, fruits, seeds, and pollen of Landeenia gen. nov., an extinct sapindalean genus from the Eocene of Wyoming. American Journal of Botany 87(12):1909-1914. image1, image 2, image 3, image 4.
  108. Dilcher, D.L. 2000. Geological history of the vegetation in southeast United States. Sida, Botanical Miscellany 18:1-21.
  109. Manchester, S.R. 2000. Late Eocene fossil plants of the John Day Formation, Wheeler County, Oregon. Oregon Geology 62(3):51-63.
  110. Kvacek, Z., Manchester, S.R. & Schorn, H.E. 2000. Cones, seeds, and foliage of Tetraclinis salicornioides (Cupressaceae) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Western North America: a geographic extension of the European Tertiary species. International Journal of Plant Science 161(2):331-344.
  111. Yufei Wang and S.R. Manchester. 2000. Chaneya, a new genus of winged fruits from the Tertiary of North America and eastern Asia. International Journal of Plant Science 16(1):167-178. Image
  112. Wilf, P. 2000. Late Paleocene-early Eocene climate changes in southwestern Wyoming: Paleobotanical analysis. Geological Society of America Bulletin 112(2):292-307.
  113. Geng Baoyin, S.R. Manchester and Lu Anming. 1999. The first discovery of Eucommia fruit fossil in China. Chinese Science Bulletin 44(16):1506-1508.
  114. Kvacek, Z. and S.R. Manchester. 1999. Eostangeria barthel (extinct Cycadales) from the Paleogene of western North America and Europe. International Journal of Plant Science 160(3):621-629. image
  115. Manchester, S.R. 1999. Biogeographical relationships of North American Tertiary floras. Annals Missouri Botanical Garden 86:472-522. image 1, image 2
  116. Manchester, S.R., P.R. Crane and L.B. Golovneva. 1999. An extinct genus with affinities to extant Davidia and Camptotheca (Cornales) from the Paleocene of North America and Eastern Asia. International Journal of Plant Science 160(1):188-207. image
  117. Amigo, A.E. 1999. Miocene silicoflagellate stratigraphy : Iceland and Rockall Plateaus. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. Scientific results, vol. 162: 63-81.
  118. Labandeira, C.C. 1998. The role of insects in Late Jurassic to Middle Cretaceous ecosystems. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 14:105-124.
  119. Manchester, S.R., D.L. Dilcher and S.L. Wing. 1998. Attached leaves and fruits of myrtaceous affinity from the middle Eocene of Colorado. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 102(1998):153-163.
  120. Mehrota, R.C., D.L. Dilcher and N. Awasthi. 1998. A Paleocene Mangifera-like leaf fossil from India. Phytomorphology 48(1):91-100.
  121. Axelrod, D.I. 1998. The Oligocene Haynes Creek flora of Eastern Idaho. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 143:1-99. image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4
  122. Manchester, S.R. and Zhi-Duan Chen. 1998. A new genus of Coryloideae (Betulaceae) from the Paleocene of North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences 159(3):522-532.
  123. Dilcher, D.L., Mei Meitang and Du Meilic. 1997. A new winged seed from the Permian of China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 98:247-256.
  124. Meyer, H.W. and S.R. Manchester. 1997. The Oligocene Bridge Creek flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon. University of California Publications in Geological Science. 141:1-195; 75 plates. image
  125. Manchester, S.R. and L. Hably. 1997. Revision of "Abelia" fruits from the Paleogene of Hungary, Czech Republic, and England. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 96:231-240.
  126. Call, V.B. and D.L. Dilcher. 1997. The fossil record of Eucommia (Eucommiaceae) in North America. American Journal of Botany. 84(6):798-814.
  127. Manchester, S.R. and D.L. Dilcher. 1997. Reproductive and vegetative morphology of Polyptera (Juglandaceae) from the Paleocene of Wyoming and Montana. American Journal of Botany 84:649-663. image 1, image 2, image 3, image 4
  128. Tiffney, B.H. and K.K. Haggard. 1996. Fruits of Mastixioideae (Cornaceae) from the Paleogene of western North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 92:29-54.
  129. Manchester, S.R. and Zhi-duan Chen. 1996. Palaeocarpinus aspinosa sp. nov. (Betulaceae) from the Paleocene of Wyoming, USA. International Journal of Plant Sciences 157:644-655.
  130. Manchester, S.R. 1996. Petrified woods of Florida. Papers in Florida Paleontology, No. 8:1-8.
  131. Van Bergen, P.F., M.E. Collinson, D.E.G. Briggs, J.W. De Leeuw, A.C. Scott, R.P. Evershed and P. Finch. 1995. Resistant biomacromolucules in the fossil record. Acta Bot. Neerl. 44(4):319-342.
  132. Manchester, S.R. and M. Donoghue. 1995. Winged fruits of Linnaeeae (Caprifoliaceae) in the Tertiary of western North America: Diplodipelta gen. nov. International Journal of Plant Sciences 156:709-722. image
  133. Manchester, S.R. 1995. Yes, we had bananas. Oregon Geology 57:41- 43.
  134. Kvacek, Z. 1995. Limnobiophyllum Krassilov—a fossil link between the Araceae and the Lemnaceae. Aquatic Botany. 50:49-61.
  135. Call, V.B. and D.L. Dilcher. 1995. Fossil Ptelea samaras (Rutaceae) in North America. American Journal of Botany 82:1069-1073.
  136. Skog, J.E. and D.L. Dilcher. 1994. Lower vascular plants of the Dakota Formation in Kansas and Nebraska. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 80:1-18.
  137. Sellick, J.T.C. 1994. Phasmida (stick insects) eggs from the Eocene of Oregon. Palaeontology 37:913-921.
  138. Manchester, S.R. 1994. Inflorescence bracts of fossil and extant Tilia in North America, Europe and Asia: patterns of morphologic divergence and biogeographic history. American Journal of Botany. 81:1176-1185. image
  139. Manchester, S.R. 1994. Fruits and seeds of the middle Eocene Nut Beds flora, Clarno Formation, north central Oregon. Palaeontographica Americana 58:1-205.
  140. Labandeira, C.C. , D.L. Dilcher, D.R. Davis and D.L. Wagner. 1994. Ninety-seven million years of angiosperm-insect association: paleobiological insights into the meaning of coevolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91:12278-12282.
  141. Huang, Q.C. and D.L. Dilcher. 1994. Evolutionary and paleoecological implications of fossil plants from the Lower Cretaceous Cheyenne Sandstone of the Western Interior. In Shurr, G.W., G.A. Ludvigson and R.H. Hammond, eds., Perspectives on the eastern margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 287:129-144.
  142. Call, V.B. and D.L. Dilcher. 1994. Parvileguminophyllum coloradensis, a new combination for Mimosites coloradensis Knowlton, Green River Formation of Utah and Colorado. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 80:305-310.
  143. Pigg, K.B., R.A. Stockey and S.L. Maxwell. 1993. Paleomyrtinaea, a new genus of permineralized myrtaceous fruits and seeds from the Eocene of British Columbia and Paleocene of North Dakota. Canadian Journal of Botany 71:1-9. image
  144. Manchester, S.R. and E.A. Wheeler. 1993. Extinct juglandaceous wood from the Eocene of Oregon and its implications for xylem evolution in the Juglandaceae. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal 14:103-111. image
  145. Manchester, S.R. and W.J. Kress. 1993. Fossil bananas (Musaceae): Ensete oregonense sp. nov. from the Eocene of western North America and its phytogeographic significance. American Journal of Botany 80:1264-1272.
  146. Call, V.B., S.R. Manchester, and D.L. Dilcher. 1993. Wetherellia fruits and associated plant remains from the Paleocene/Eocene Tuscahoma-Hatchetigbee interval, Meridian, Mississippi. Mississippi Geology 14:10-18.
  147. Call, V.B. 1993. (review). Herendeen, P.S. & D.L. Dilcher (eds.) 1992. Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 4. The Fossil Record. The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. Association of Southeastern Biologists. 40:19-20.
  148. Skog, J.E., D.L. Dilcher and F.W. Potter. 1992. A new species of Isoetites from the mid- Cretaceous Dakota Group of Kansas and Nebraska. American Fern Journal 82:151-161.
  149. Skog, J.E. and D.L. Dilcher. 1992. A new species of Marsilea from the Dakota Formation in central Kansas. American Journal of Botany 79:982-988.
  150. Manchester, S.R. 1992. Flowers, fruits, and pollen of Florissantia, an extinct Malvalean genus from the Eocene and Oligocene of western North America. American Journal of Botany 79:996-1008.
  151. Herendeen, P.S. 1992. The fossil history of the Leguminosae from the Eocene of southeastern North America. In Herendeen, P.S. & D.L. Dilcher, eds., Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 4. The Fossil Record, pp. 85-160, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  152. Grote, P.J. and D.L. Dilcher. 1992. Fruits and seeds of Tribe Gordonieae (Theaceae) from the Eocene of North America. American Journal of Botany 79:744-753.
  153. Call, V.B. and D.L. Dilcher. 1992. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of southeastern North America: samaras of Fraxinus wilcoxiana Berry. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 74:249-266.
  154. Srivastava, S. K. and Binda, P. L. 1991. Depositional history of the early Eocene Shumaysi Formation, Saudi Arabia. Palynology, 15: 47-61.
  155. Chaloner, W.G., Scott, A.C., and Stephenson, J. 1991. Fossil evidence for plant-anthropod interactions in the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 333: 177-186.
  156. Manchester, S.R., P.R. Crane and D.L. Dilcher. 1991. Nordenskioldia and Trochodendron (Trochodendraceae) from the Miocene of northwestern North America. Botanical Gazatte 152:357-368. image
  157. Manchester, S.R. 1991. Cruciptera, a new juglandaceous winged fruit from the Eocene and Oligocene of western North America. Systematic Botany 16:715-725. image
  158. Kvacek, Z., C. Buzek and S.R. Manchester. 1991. Fossil fruits of Pteleaecarpum Weyland--tiliaceous, not sapindaceous. Botanical Gazette 152:522-523.
  159. Herendeen, P.S. and D.L. Dilcher. 1991. Caesalpinia subgenus Mezoneuron (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae) from the Tertiary of North America. American Journal of Botany 78:1-12.
  160. Crane, P.R., S.R. Manchester and D.L. Dilcher. 1991. Reproductive and vegetative structure of Nordenskioldia (Trochodendraceae), a vesselless dicotyledon from the early Tertiary of the Northern Hemisphere. American Journal of Botany 78:1311-1334.
  161. Tryon, A.F. and B. Lugardon. 1990. Spores of the Pteridophyta: surface, wall structure, and diversity based on electron microscope studies. Springer-Verlag, New York.
  162. Upchurch, G.R. and D.L. Dilcher. 1990. Cenomanian angiosperm leaf megafossils from the Rose Creek locality of the Dakota Formation, southeastern Nebraska. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1915:1-55, pls. 1-31.
  163. Ivany, L.C., R.W. Portell and D.S. Jones. 1990. Animal-plant relationships and paleobiogeography of an Eocene seagrass community from Florida. Palaios 5:244-258.
  164. Herendeen, P.S. and D.L. Dilcher. 1990. Reproductive and vegetative evidence for the occurrence of Crudia (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae) in the Eocene of southeastern North America. Botanical Gazette 151:402-413.
  165. Herendeen, P.S. and D.L. Dilcher. 1990. Diplotropis (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae) from the middle Eocene of southeastern North America. Systematic Botany 15:526-533.
  166. Herendeen, P.S. and D.L. Dilcher. 1990. Fossil mimisoid legumes from the Eocene and Oligocene of southeastern North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 62:339-361.
  167. Herendeen, P.S., D.H. Les and D.L. Dilcher. 1990. Fossil Ceratophyllum (Ceratophyllaceae) from the Tertiary of North America. American Journal of Botany 77:7-16.
  168. Dilcher, D.L. and P. Basson. 1990. Mid-Cretaceous angiosperm leaves from a new fossil locality in Lebanon. Botanical Gazette 151:538-547.
  169. Crane, P.R., S.R. Manchester and D.L. Dilcher. 1990. A preliminary survey of fossil leaves and well-preserved reproductive structures from the Sentinel Butte Formation (Paleocene) near Almont, North Dakota. Fieldiana Geology new series 20:1-63.
  170. McKnight, C. L., Graham, S. A., Carroll, A. R., Gan, Q., Dilcher, D. L., Zhao, M., and Liang, Y. H. 1990. Fluvial sedimentology of an Upper Jurassic petrified forest assemblage, Shishu Formation, Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 79: 1-9.
  171. Manchester, S.R. 1989. Attached reproductive and vegetative remains of the extinct American-European genus Cedrelospermum (Ulmaceae) from the Early Tertiary of Utah and Colorado. American Journal of Botany 76:256-276. image
  172. Manchester, S.R. 1989. Systematics and fossil history of the Ulmaceae. In Crane, P.R. & S. Blackmore, eds., Evolution, systematics, and fossil history of the Hamamelidae, Volume 2: 'Higher' Hamamelidae, Systematics Association Special Volume No. 40B, pp. 221-251, Clarendon Press, Oxford, England.
  173. Manchester, S.R. 1989. Early history of the Juglandaceae. Plant Systematics and Evolution 162:231-250.
  174. Grote, P.J. and D.L. Dilcher. 1989. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: a new genus of Theaceae based on fruit and seed remains. Botanical Gazette 150:190 206.
  175. Huang, Q.C. 1989. The Cheyenne sandstone and Cheyenne flora of the Upper Lower Cretaceous (Albian) from southwestern Kansas. M.S. Thesis, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, pp. 1-112.
  176. Grote, P.J. 1989. Selected fruits and seeds from the Middle Eocene Claiborne Formation of southeastern North America. Ph.D Dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
  177. Crane, P.R. 1989. Early fossil history and evolution of the Betulaceae. In Crane, P.R. & S. Blackmore, eds., Evolution, systematics, and fossil history of the Hamamelidae, Volume 2: 'Higher' Hamamelidae, Systematics Association Special Volume no. 40B, pp. 87-116, Clarendon Press, Oxford, England.
  178. Buzek, C., Z. Kvacek and S.R. Manchester. 1989. Sapindaceous affinities of the Pteleaecarpum fruits from the Tertiary of Eurasia and North America. Botanical Gazette 150:477-489.
  179. Manchester, S.R. 1988. Fruits and seeds of Tapiscia (Staphyleaceae) from the middle Eocene of Oregon, USA. Tertiary Research 9:59-66.
  180. Kovach, W.L. and D.L. Dilcher. 1988. Megaspores and other dispersed plant remains from the Dakota Formation (Cenomanian) of Kansas. Palynology 12:89-119.
  181. Jones, J.H. and D.L. Dilcher. 1988. A study of the "Dryophyllum" leaf forms from the Paleogene of southeastern North America. Palaeontographica Abt. B, 208:53-80.
  182. Dilcher, D.L. and S.R. Manchester. 1988. Investigations of the angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: a fruit belonging to Euphorbiaceae. Tertiary Research 9:45-58.
  183. Crane, P.R. 1988. Abelia-like fruits from the Palaeogene of Scotland and North America. Tertiary Research 9:21-30.
  184. Manchester, S.R. and P.R. Crane. 1987. A new genus of Betulaceae from the Oligocene of western North America. Botanical Gazette 148:263-273. image
  185. Manchester, S.R. and M.S. Zavada. 1987. Lygodium foliage with intact sporophores from the Eocene of Wyoming. Botanical Gazette 148:392-399. image 1, image 2
  186. Manchester, S.R. and H.W. Meyer. 1987. Oligocene fossil plants of the John Day Formation, Fossil, Oregon. Oregon Geology 49:115-127.
  187. Manchester, S.R. 1987. Extinct ulmaceous fruits from the Tertiary of Europe and western North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 52:119-129. image
  188. Manchester, S.R. 1987. The fossil history of the Juglandaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Monographs 21:1-137.
  189. Crane, P.R. and R.A. Stockey. 1987. Betula leaves and reproductive structures from the Middle Eocene of British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 65:2490-2500.
  190. Wolfe, J.A. and Tanai, T 1987. Systematics, phylogeny, and distribution of Acer (maples) in the Cenozoic of western North America. Jour. Fac. Sci., Hokkaido Univ Ser IV 22: 1-246.
  191. Burnham, RJ, 1986. Foliar morphological analysis of the. Ulmoideae (Ulmaceae) from the early Tertiary of western. North America. Palaeontographica B 201: 135-167.
  192. Schwarzwalder, R.N. 1986. Systematics and early evolution of the Platanaceae. Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, p.1-198.
  193. McFadden, J.J. 1986. Fossil flora near Gray Butte, Jefferson County, Oregon. Oregon Geology 48:51-55.
  194. Manchester, S.R. 1986. Vegetative and reproductive morphology of an extinct plane tree (Platanaceae) from the Eocene of western North America. Botanical Gazette 147:200-226. image 1, image 2
  195. Jones, J.H. 1986. Evolution of the Fagaceae: implications of foliar features. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 73:228-275.
  196. Dilcher, D.L. and S.R. Manchester. 1986. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: leaves of the Engelhardieae (Juglandaceae). Botanical Gardens 147:189-199.
  197. Dilcher, D.L. and W.L. Kovach. 1986. Early angiosperm reproduction: Caloda delevoryana gen. et sp. nov., a new fruitification from the Dakota Formation (Cenomanian) of Kansas. American Journal of Botany 73:1230-1237.
  198. Crepet, W.L. and D.W. Taylor. 1986. Primitive Mimosoid flowers from the Paleocene-Eocene and their systematic and evolutionary implications. American Journal of Botany 73(4):548-563.
  199. Wang, S., Z. Sun and J. Liu. 1985. On floras and their geological ages from Fuxin Formation and Banlashan Formation in Fuxin Basin. Journal of the Fuxin Mining Institute 4:90-103.
  200. Kovach, W.L. and D.L. Dilcher. 1985. Morphology, ultrastructure and paleoecology of Paxillitriletes vittatus sp. nov. from the mid-Cretaceous (Cenomanian) of Kansas. Palynology 9:85-94.
  201. Srivastava, S. K. 1984: Barremian dinoflagellate cysts from southeastern France. Cahiers de Micropaléontologie, 1984, v. 2, 90 pp.
  202. Lumbert, S.H., C.D. Hartog, C. Den, R.C. Phillips and F.S. Olsen. 1984. The occurrence of fossil seagrasses in the Avon Park Formation (late middle Eocene), Levy County, Florida (U.S.A.). Aquatic Botany 20:121-129.
  203. Kovach, W.L. and D.L. Dilcher. 1984. Dispersed cuticles from the Eocene of North America. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 88:63-104.
  204. Dilcher, D.L. and P.R. Crane. 1984. Archaeanthus: an early angiosperm from the Cenomanian of the Western Interior of North America. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 71:351-383.
  205. Crepet, W.L. 1984. Advanced (constant) insect pollination mechanisms: pattern of evolution and implications vis-a-vis angiosperm diversity. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 71:607-630.
  206. Crane, P.R. and D.L. Dilcher. 1984. Lesqueria: an early angiosperm fruiting axis from the mid-Cretaceous. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 71:384-402.
  207. Basinger, J.F. and D.L. Dilcher. 1984. Ancient bisexual flowers. Science 224:511-513.
  208. Manchester, S.R. and P.R. Crane. 1983. Attached leaves, inflorescences, and fruits of Fagopsis, an extinct genus of fagaceous affinity from the Oligocene Florissant flora of Colorado, U.S.A. American Journal of Botany 70:1147-1164.
  209. Manchester, S.R. 1983. Fossil wood of the Engelhardieae (Juglandaceae) from the Eocene of North America: Engelhardioxylon gen. nov. Botanical Gazette 144:157-163.
  210. Anonymous. 1983. Dragline is a scientific instrument. Fossils found at mine uncover ancient history. Mine run AMAX Coal Company, May/June:6-7.
  211. Manchester, S.R. and D.L. Dilcher. 1982. Pterocaryoid fruits (Juglandaceae) in the Paleocene of North America and their evolutionary and biogeographic significance. American Journal of Botany 69:275-286. image
  212. Zavada, M.S. 1981. Investigations of angiosperms from the middle Eocene of North America: flowers of the Celtidoideae. American Journal of Botany 68:924-933.
  213. Zavada, M., and W.L. Crepet. 1981. Investigations of angiosperms from the Middle Eocene of North America: flowers of the Celtidoideae. Amer. J. Bot. 68(7): 924-933.
  214. Retallack, G. and D.L. Dilcher. 1981. Early angiosperm reproduction: Prisca reynoldsii gen. et sp. nov. from mid-Cretaceous coastal deposits in Kansas, USA. Palaeontographica, Abt. B, 179:103-137.
  215. Manchester, S.R. 1981. Fossil plants of the Eocene Clarno Nut Beds. Oregon Geology 43:75-81. image
  216. Weiss, P. 1980. Fossil mimosoid leaflets from the Middle Eocene (Claiborne Formation), Graves County, Kentucky. Master of Arts Thesis, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, p. 1-76.
  217. Manchester, S. R. 1980. Chattawaya (Sterculiaceae): a new genus of wood from the Eocene of Oregon and its implications for xylem evolution of the extant genus Pterospermum. American Journal of Botany 67:59-67.
  218. Jones, J.H. and D.L. Dilcher. 1980. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: Rhamnus marginatus (Rhamnaceae) reexamined. American Journal of Botany 67:959-967.
  219. Crepet, W.L., Daghlian C.P. and M. Zavada. 1980. Investigations of Angisoperms from the Eocene of North America: A New Juglandaceous Catkin. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 30:361-370.
  220. Roth, J. and D.L.Dilcher. 1979. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: stipulate leaves of the Rubiaceae. American Journal of Botany 66:1194-1207.
  221. Manchester, S.R. 1979. Triplochitioxylon (Sterculiaceae): a new genus of wood from the Eocene of Oregon and its bearing on xylem evolution in the extant genus Triplochiton. American Journal of Botany 66:699-708.
  222. Crepet, W.L. 1979. Some aspects of the pollination biology of middle Eocene angiosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 27:213-238.
  223. Bones, T.J. 1979. Atlas of fossil fruits and seeds from north central Oregon. OMSI Occasional Papers in Natural Science. 1:1-23.
  224. Dilcher, D.L. 1979. Early angiosperm reproduction: an introductory report. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 27: 291-328.
  225. Daghlian, C.P. 1978. Coryphoid palms from the lower and middle Eocene. Palaeontographica Abt. B, 166:44-82.
  226. Crepet, W.L. 1978. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: an aroid inflorescence. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 25:241-252.
  227. Manchester, S.R. 1977. Wood of Tapirira (Anacardiaceae) from the Paleogene Clarno Formation of Oregon. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 23:119-127.
  228. Dilcher, D.L. and C.P. Daghlian. 1977. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of southeastern North America: Philodendron leaf remains. American Journal of Botany 64:526-534.
  229. Crepet, W.L. and D.L. Dilcher. 1977. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: a mimosoid of inflorescence. American Journal of Botany 64:714-725.
  230. Dilcher, D.L., F.W. Potter, and W.L. Crepet. 1976. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: juglandaceous winged fruits. American Journal of Botany 63:532-544.
  231. Srivastava, S. K. 1975. Maastrichtian microspore assemblages from the interbasaltic lignites of Mull, Scotland. Palaeontographica Abteilung B, 150(5-6): 125-156.
  232. Crepet, W.L., D.L. Dilcher, and F.W. Potter. 1975. Investigations of angiosperms from the Eocene of North America: a catkin with juglandaceous affinities. American Journal of Botany 62:813-823.
  233. Dolph, G.E. 1975. A statistical analysis of Apocynophyllum mississippiensis. Palaeontographica Abt. B, 151:1-51.
  234. Boneham, R.F. 1975. Chieftain No. 20 Flora (Middle Pennsylvanian) of Vigo County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Sciences for 1974. 84:89-113.
  235. Dilcher, D.L. 1974. Approaches to the identification of angiosperm leaf remains. The Botanical Review 40:1-157.
  236. Crepet, W.L., D.L. Dilcher, and F.W. Potter. 1974. Eocene angiosperm flowers. Science 185:781-782.
  237. Chourey, M.S. 1974. A study of the Myricaceae from Eocene sediments of southeastern North America. Palaeontographica Abt B, 146:88-153.
  238. Basson, P.W. 1972. Algites hakelensis sp. nov. A Cretaceous foliose alga from Lebanon. The American Midland Naturalist 88:506-511.
  239. Cahoon, E.J. 1972. Paraphyllanthoxylon alabamense - a new species of fossil dicotyledonous wood. American Journal of Botany 59(1): 5-11.
  240. Tidwell, W.D., A.D. Simper and D.A. Medlyn. 1971. A Palmoxylon from the Green River Formation (Eocene) of Eden Valley, Wyoming. The Botanique (Nagpur), 2(1): 93-102.
  241. Sheffy, M.V. and D.L. Dilcher. 1971. Morphology and taxonomy of fungal spores. Palaeontographica Abt. B, 133:34-51.
  242. Hall, J.W. and A.M. Swain. 1971. Pedunculate bracts of Tilia from the Tertiary of western United States. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 98:95-99.
  243. Dilcher, D.L. and G.E. Dolph. 1970. Fossil leaves of Dendropanax from Eocene sediments of southeastern North America. American Journal of Botany. 57:153-160.
  244. Jain, R.K. and J.W. Hall. 1969. A contribution to the Early Tertiary fossil record of the Salviniaceae. American Journal of Botany 56:527-539.
  245. Dilcher, D.L. and B. Mehrotra. 1969. A study of leaf compressions of Knightiophyllum from Eocene deposits of southeastern North America. American Journal of Botany 56:936-943.
  246. Dilcher, D.L. 1969. Podocarpus from the Eocene of North America. Science 164:299-301.
  247. Dilcher, D.L. and J.F. McQuade. 1967. A morphological study of Nyssa endocarps from Eocene deposits in western Tennessee. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 94:35-40.
  248. Wayne, W.J. 1967. Periglacial features and climatic gradient in Illinois, Indiana, and western Ohio, east-central United States. In Cushing, E.J. and Wright Jr., H.E. eds. Quaternary Paleoecology. Yale University Press, New Haven, pp.393-414.
  249. Weisbord, N.E. 1966. A new species of Dasycladacean alga from the Playa Grande Formation (Pliocene) of Northern Venezuela. Tulane Studies in Geology, vol. 5: 49-52.
  250. Dilcher, D.L. 1965. Epiphyllous fungi from Eocene deposits in western Tennessee, U.S.A. Palaeontographica Abt. B, 116:1-54.
  251. Dilcher, D.L. 1963. Eocene epiphyllous fungi. Science 142:667-669.
  252. Dilcher, D.L. 1963. Cuticular analysis of Eocene leaves of Ocotea obtusifolia. American Journal of Botany 50:1-8.
  253. Hall, J.W. 1961. Anachoropteris involuta and its attachment to a Tubicaulis type of stem from the Pennsylvanian of Iowa. American Journal of Botany 48:731-737.
  254. Pierce, Richard L. 1961. Lower Upper Cretaceous plant microfossils from Minnesota. University of Minnesota, Minnesota Geological Survey, Bulletin 42, 86pp.
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