Tricolpites communis Archangelsky 1973


Full reference: S. Archangelsky. 1973. Palinología del Paleoceno de Chubut. I. Descripciones Sistemáticas. Ameghiniana 10(4):339-399

Belongs to Tricolpites according to S. Archangelsky 1973

Sister taxa: Tricolpites albiensis, Tricolpites asperamarginis, Tricolpites bibaculatus, Tricolpites cooksonae, Tricolpites cooksoni, Tricolpites crassimurus, Tricolpites gageonnetii, Tricolpites giganteus, Tricolpites gigantoreticulatus, Tricolpites gilli, Tricolpites gillii, Tricolpites micromunus, Tricolpites microstriatus, Tricolpites minutus, Tricolpites mutabilis, Tricolpites pachyexinus, Tricolpites pannosus, Tricolpites parvus, Tricolpites protoclarensis, Tricolpites psilatus, Tricolpites reticulata, Tricolpites reticulatus, Tricolpites retielegans, Tricolpites ringens, Tricolpites sabulosus, Tricolpites sagax, Tricolpites synstriatus, Tricolpites trioblatus, Tricolpites variabilis, Tricolpites verrucatus, Tricolpites virgeus, Tricolpites vulgaris, Tricolpites waiparaensis

Type specimen: Holotype: p.m. 965; coord. 31.3/108.7. Stored at Museo de La Plata, Paleobotanical division., a microspore. Its type locality is Cerro Bororó, which is in a Danian terrestrial horizon in Argentina.


• Paleocene of Argentina (5 collections)

• Paleogene of Chile (1)

• Cretaceous to Paleogene of Argentina (2)

• Cretaceous of Argentina (1)

Total: 9 collections each including a single occurrence

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