1. The database contains lists of species from European localities
having more than five well-defined taxa [i.e. excluding indeterminable
taxa (sp.)]. Indeterminable species (“sp.”) are included only when they
are the only representatives of a given genus. Other undefined species
of the genus (e.g. “sp. 2, 3, 4¼”, “sp. A, B, C”) are omitted.
2. The database was designed for use in statistical analyses and is
published in this form. Taxa with uncertain determinations (“cf.”) were
recorded in the database as definite.
3. The lists were prepared on the basis of literature given in Table 2
and the authors’ own data, and also includes some of the latest taxa
published in 2014 and not used in these analyses:
BAUER K., KUSTATSCHER E., DÜTSCH G., SCHMEIßNER S., KRINGS M. & Van
KONIJNENBURG-van CITTERT J.H.A. in press. Lepacyclotes kirchneri n.
sp. (Isoetales, Isoetaceae) aus dem Unteren Jura von Oberfranken,
Deutschland. Berichtsband der Naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft
POPA M.E. 2014. Early Jurassic bennettitalean reproductive structures
of Romania. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 94(2): 327–362.
4. Spelling of the names of taxa follows those from the literature.
5. Invalid names are given in parentheses ().
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