Alisporites Daugherty 1941

Gymnospermophyta

Parent taxon: Gymnospermophyta according to Daugherty 1941

See also Krassilov 1982

Sister taxa: Accintisporites, Ashmoripollis, Cedripites, Cerebropollenites, Decussosporites, Enzonalasporites, Exesipollenites, Falcisporites, Galeacornea, Gnetaceaepollenites, Indusiisporites, Lagenospermopsida, Minutosaccus, Parcisporites, Perinopollenites, Phrixipollenites, Pilasporites, Rugubivesiculites, Shanbeipollenites, Sofrepites, Striomonosaccites, Taxacites, Trisocladus, Vitreisporites, Zonallapollenites

Subtaxa: Alisporites alimentosus Alisporites australis Alisporites bilateralis Alisporites elongatus Alisporites grandis Alisporites grobus Alisporites lowoodensis Alisporites minutus Alisporites similis

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Distribution:

• Eocene of Antarctica (9 collections)

• Paleocene of China (1)

• Cretaceous of Antarctica (14), Argentina (2), Australia (28), Austria (1), the Bahamas (6), Canada (1: Alberta), China (1), Denmark (1), Egypt (1), France (1), Libya (1), Portugal (1), Romania (1), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (1: New Jersey)

• Jurassic of Argentina (2), Canada (1: Nunavut), France (2), Morocco (1)

• Triassic of Antarctica (3), Canada (1: Alberta), China (1), Hungary (9), Israel (11), Italy (1), Luxembourg (1), Madagascar (1), Norway (2), Spain (1), Turkey (1), United States (3: New Mexico, North Carolina, Virginia)

• Buntsandstein of Germany (3)

• Leonard of Canada (1: Alberta), United States (2: Texas)

• Wolfcamp of United States (6: Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas)

• Rotliegendes of Norway (9)

• Permian of Canada (2: Nunavut), Germany (11), Hungary (2), Italy (7), Norway (5), South Africa (1), the United Kingdom (4), United States (3: Oklahoma)

• Virgilian of United States (2: Kansas, New Mexico)

• Desmoinesian of United States (6: Kansas)

• Carboniferous to Permian of United States (1: Arizona)

• Carboniferous of United States (1: Arizona)

Total: 179 collections including 210 occurrences

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