Sabal Adanson 1763 (palm)

Angiospermae - Mesangiosperms - Arecaceae

Parent taxon: Arecaceae according to F. H. Knowlton 1919

See also Chandler 1961, Chandler 1962, Chandler 1963, Chandler 1978, Lakhanpal et al. 1976, Mai 2000 and Srivastava 1991

Sister taxa: Amesoneuron, Archontophoenix, Areca, Arecipites, Arecoideae, Borassus, Calamopsis, Caryota, Chamaedorea, Cocos, Cocosocarpon, Coryphoideae, Echidiporites, Erythea, Eugeissona, Flabellaria, Friedemannia, Geonoma, Geonomites, Grimsdalea, Hyphaeneocarpon, Iriartea, Iriartites, Krempocarpon, Longapertites, Luminidites, Manicaria, Mauritiidites, Nipadites, Nypa, Nypoideae, Oraniopsis, Oreodoxites, Palmacites, Palmocaulon, Palmostroboxylon, Palmoxylon, Paloreodoxites, Parapalmocaulon, Phoenicites, Racemonocolpites, Rhizopalmoxylon, Sabalocaulon, Sabalophyllum, Spinizonocolpites, Spinopalmoxylon, Tricoccites, Tripylocarpa, Victorisporis, Calamus, Spinophyllum, Rhapis, Palaeothrinax, Bactrites, Palmocarpon, Rhizopalmoxylon, Palmites, Burtinia, Cocites, Juranyia, Neozamia, Palaeospadix, Serenopsis, Palmophyllum, Versipalmicutis, Anomophyllites, Caryotispermum, Palmostrobus, Hemiphoenicites, Perrandoa, Palmanthium, Latericutis, Astrocaryum, Corypheae, Attaleinites, Palmaepollenites, Latanites, Palmaepites, Eolirion, Lepidocaryinae, Sanmiguelia, Cocoopsis, Perfossus, Phoenix, Hyphaene

Subtaxa: Sabal bigbendense Sabal bracknellense Sabal eocenica Sabal goldiana Sabal grandifolia Sabal grandisperma Sabal grayana Sabal imperialis Sabal leei Sabal major Sabal miocenica Sabal montana Sabal palmetto Sabal powellii Sabal rigida Sabal rugosa Sabal ungeri

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Ecology: "photoautotroph"

Distribution:

• Quaternary of United States (2: Florida collections)

• Miocene of Italy (1), Switzerland (1), United States (2: California)

• Oligocene of Germany (3)

• Eocene of Canada (1: British Columbia), India (1), Japan (11), the United Kingdom (7), United States (1: Oregon)

• Paleocene of France (1), United States (21: Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Wyoming)

• Paleogene of India (2)

• Cretaceous of United States (3: Colorado, New Mexico, Texas)

Total: 57 collections including 64 occurrences

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