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Tuberculatosporites parvus

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Tuberculatosporites parvus was named by Archangelsky (1972) [Others samples: Prep. n° 742, coord,, 40.8/114.5; p.m. 707, coord. 28.5/107.6. Others measurement: length, 22-33 µ, width, 14-25 µ. 17-13 specimens. Locality. Wells D-13, D-15, T-134, P-9, P-14.]. It is considered to be a form taxon. Its type specimen is Holotype: Prep. LP n° 742; coord. 38.7/120.3. Stored at Museo de La Plata, Paleobotanical division., a microspore (Spore), and it is a 3D fossil preserving soft parts. Its type locality is Pozo D-13, which is in an Eocene coastal horizon in the Río Turbio Formation of Argentina.

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YearName and author
1972Tuberculatosporites parvus Archangelsky
2004Tuberculatosporites parvus Zamaloa

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classPteridopsidaRitgen 1828
genusTuberculatosporitesImgrund 1952

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

S. Archangelsky 1972Espora monolete, de contorno subovalado en vista polar, llevando cortas espinas solidas, de base ancha, distalmente romas o agudas, rectas, a veces curvadas. Exina delicada, lisa a finamente escabrada. Lesura aproximadamente 2/3 del largo, a veces de labios algo engrosados. Ocasionales elementos esculturales de tipo verrucoso, junto con los espinosos.