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Review of Tethyan Mesozoic Algae of Romania

  • O. Dragastan

Abstract

Tethyan Mesozoic algae have been the subject of several studies, which have often reviewed long forgotten taxa and inspired critical systematic reviews. Lately the taxonomic discussions have focused on section Porostromata Pia, 1927 (Cyanophyta) and on Trevisan family Codiaceae Zanardini 1843 (Chlorophyta).

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Lower Cretaceous Middle Jurassic Growth Zone Calcareous Alga Original Specimen 
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  • O. Dragastan
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  1. 1.Laboratory of PalaeontologyUniversity of BucharestBucharestRomania

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