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Euproteaciphyllum Jordan et al. 1998

Magnoliopsida - Proteales - Proteaceae

PaleoDB taxon number: 315520

Synonym: Proteaciphyllum Carpenter and Jordan 1997 [replaced name] (taxon 315548)

Full reference: G. J. Jordan, R. J. Carpenter, and R. S. Hill. 1998. The Macrofossil Record of Proteaceae in Tasmania: a Review with New Species. Australian Systematic Botany 11(4):465-501

Parent taxon: Proteaceae according to G. J. Jordan et al. 1998

Sister taxa: Agastachys, Banksia, Banksieae, Banksieaeformis, Banksieaeidites, Banksieaephyllum, Banksites, Beauprea, Beaupreaidites, Cardwellia, Cenarrhenes, Conospermum, Cranwellipollis, Doroteoxylon, Dryandra, Echitriporites, Grevillea, Hakea, Helicia, Hicksbeachia, Isopogon, Knightia, Lewalanipollis, Lomatia, Maslinia, Musgravea, Musgraveinanthus, Orites, Parafatsia, Persoonia, Persoonieaephyllum, Propylipollis, Proteiodes, Stirlingia, Telopea, Triporopollenites, Xylomelum

Subtaxa: Euproteaciphyllum alloxylonoides, Euproteaciphyllum amphistomaticum, Euproteaciphyllum attenuatum, Euproteaciphyllum brookerensis, Euproteaciphyllum cethanicum, Euproteaciphyllum falcatum, Euproteaciphyllum gevuininoides, Euproteaciphyllum integrifolium, Euproteaciphyllum linearis, Euproteaciphyllum lomatioides, Euproteaciphyllum microlobium, Euproteaciphyllum microphyllum, Euproteaciphyllum ornamentalis, Euproteaciphyllum pacificum, Euproteaciphyllum papillosum, Euproteaciphyllum pinnatum, Euproteaciphyllum polymorphum, Euproteaciphyllum rugulatum, Euproteaciphyllum serratum, Euproteaciphyllum tasmanicum, Euproteaciphyllum tridacnoides

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Type: Euproteaciphyllum tridacnoides