Equisetites Sternberg 1833

Equisetopsida - Equisetales - Equisetaceae

Proposed for conservation against its disused taxonomic synonym, Oncylogonatum Koenig (1827), by Doweld (in Taxon 62: 837. 2013).

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Parent taxon: Equisetaceae according to Taylor and Taylor 1993

Sister taxon: Equisetum

Subtaxa: Equisetites conicus Equisetites keuperina Equisetites pusillus

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Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Argentina (4 collections), Belgium (1), Canada (2: Alberta, British Columbia), Japan (1), the Russian Federation (3), the United Kingdom (2), United States (19: Alaska, Wyoming)

• Jurassic to Cretaceous of Antarctica (1), Argentina (1), Canada (1: British Columbia), Malaysia (1), Peru (2), the Russian Federation (7)

• Jurassic of Afghanistan (1), Argentina (11), Australia (1), Belarus (4), Chile (1), China (99), Georgia (9), Germany (1), Greenland (6), India (2), Iran (3), Israel (2), Italy (2), Japan (5), Kazakhstan (17), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (6), New Zealand (3), Poland (2), Portugal (2), Romania (9), the Russian Federation (160), South Africa (1), South Korea (1), Sweden (1), Tajikistan (16), Turkmenistan (1), Ukraine (3), the United Kingdom (6), Uzbekistan (5)

• Triassic to Jurassic of Canada (1: Northwest Territories), Georgia (1), Kazakhstan (1), Mexico (1), Sweden (1), the United Kingdom (1)

• Triassic of Afghanistan (1), Argentina (2), Australia (1), Austria (1), Chile (1), China (66), France (2), Germany (15), Greenland (16), Hungary (3), Iran (4), Italy (9), Japan (3), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (1), Malaysia (1), Mongolia (2), the Russian Federation (16), Serbia and Montenegro (1), Spain (2), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (1), Sweden (2), Switzerland (1), Tajikistan (3), Thailand (1), Ukraine (2), the United Kingdom (2), United States (6: New Mexico, Utah, Virginia)

• Permian of Antarctica (1), China (3), Mongolia (1), the Russian Federation (1), Tanzania (1), United States (1: Oklahoma)

• Carboniferous of Canada (1: Nova Scotia)

Total: 607 collections including 892 occurrences

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