Clade Coryphoideae Burnett (fan palm)

Angiospermae - Mesangiosperms - Arecaceae

Parent taxon: Arecaceae according to T. Su and Z. K. Zhou 2019

See also Mai 2000

Sister taxa: Amesoneuron, Archontophoenix, Areca, Arecipites, Arecoideae, Borassus, Calamopsis, Caryota, Chamaedorea, Cocos, Cocosocarpon, 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, Sabal, Sabalocaulon, Sabalophyllum, Spinizonocolpites, Spinopalmoxylon, Tricoccites, Tripylocarpa, Victorisporis, Hyphaene, Spinophyllum, Calamus, Phoenix, Palaeothrinax, Latericutis, Palmaepites, Palaeospadix, Cocoopsis, Palmocarpon, Serenopsis, Palmophyllum, Lepidocaryinae, Palmaepollenites, Palmanthium, Palmostrobus, Anomophyllites, Hemiphoenicites, Palmites, Juranyia, Corypheae, Perfossus, Versipalmicutis, Bactrites, Perrandoa, Astrocaryum, Neozamia, Sanmiguelia, Cocites, Attaleinites, Rhizopalmoxylon, Burtinia, Latanites, Rhapis, Eolirion, Caryotispermum

Subtaxa: Chamaerops Copernicia Coryphoides Livistona Sabalites Serenoa Trachycarpus Tuzsonia

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Ecology: "photoautotroph"

Distribution:

• Quaternary of United States (1: Florida collection)

• Miocene of Chile (1), India (3), Pakistan (1), Poland (1), Switzerland (2)

• Oligocene of Germany (1)

• Eocene to Oligocene of India (1)

• Eocene of China (4), India (1), Japan (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (1: California)

• Paleocene to Eocene of China (1)

• Paleogene of China (1)

• Tertiary of Venezuela (1)

• Cretaceous of Romania (1), Spain (3), United States (13: Colorado, New Mexico, South Carolina, Utah, Wyoming)

Total: 39 collections including 48 occurrences

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