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Euphorbiaceae

Euphorbiaceae

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Gruppierung

Zugehö­rig zu

Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Plantae  ⇒ Unterreich: Viridaeplantae  ⇒ Infrareich: Streptophyta  ⇒ Stamm: Tracheophyta  ⇒ Unterstamm: Spermatophyta  ⇒ ohne Rang: Angiospermae  ⇒ Abteilung: Magnoliophyta  ⇒ Klasse: Magnoliopsida  ⇒ Ordnung: Euphorbiales

Taxo­no­mie Stufe

Familie

Die gezeigte Taxonomie ist der Versuch aus Einstufungen verschiedenster Wissenschaftler eine schlüssige Zuordnung zu treffen. Da sich die Taxonomie durch verfeinerte Untersuchungsmethoden und weitere Funde verändern kann, versteht sich unsere Zuordnung nur als Anhaltspunkt.

Name nach

Ent­spre­chen­der Autor (Name, Jahr)

Jussieu, 1789

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Startalter: 100.5 Ma - Endalter: 0 Ma
0
0.0117
1.806
5.332
13.65
23.03
37
55.8
65.5
85.8
112
Meghalayan
Nordgrippian
Greenlandian
Oberes Pleistozän
Mittleres Pleistozän
Unteres Pleistozän
Gelasium
Piacenzium
Zancleum
Messinium
Tortonium
Serravallium
Langhium
Burdigalium
Aquitanium
Chattium
Rupelium
Priabonium
Bartonium
Lutetium
Ypresium
Thanetium
Selandium
Danium
Maastricht
Campan
Santon
Coniac
Turon
Cenoman
Alb
Holozän
Pleistozän
Pliozän
Miozän
Oligozän
Eozän
Paläozän
Obere Kreide
Untere Kreide
Quartär
Neogen
Paläogen
Kreide

Referenz- und Quellangaben, Literatur

Automatische Verweise auf fremde Internet-Inhalte (Verantwortlichkeit liegt beim Betreiber)

Suche nach Taxonomie bei PaleobioDB.org
Suche nach Taxonomie bei GBIF
Suche nach Taxonomie bei Fossilworks
Suche nach Taxonomie bei The Taxonomicon

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Fossilzuordnungen (115)

Referenzen von PBDB, Lizenz: CC BY

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  • D. E. Lee, 2010 - Euphorbiaceae: Acalyphoideae fossils from early Miocene New Zealand: Mallotus–Macaranga leaves, fruits, and inflorescence with in situ Nyssapollenites endobalteus pollen - Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (), 127-138 (journal article, English)
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  • M. E. J. Chandler, 1962 - The Lower Tertiary Floras of Southern England. II. Flora of the Pipe-Clay Series of Dorset (Lower Bagshot) - British Museum (Natural History) London (), 1-176 (book/book chapter, English)
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  • H. D. MacGinitie, 1941 - A Middle Eocene Flora from the Central Sierra Nevada - Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication (534), 1-178 (serial monograph, English)
  • D. I. Axelrod, 1939 - A Miocene flora from the western border of the Mohave desert - Carnegie Institution of Washington Publications (516), 1-129 (journal article, English)
  • E. W. Berry, 1914 - The Upper Cretaceous and Eocene floras of South Carolina and Georgia - US Geological Survey Professional Paper (84), 1-200 (journal article, English)
  • J. S. Bowerbank, 1840 - - A History of the Fossil Fruits & Seeds of the London Clay (), 1-144 (journal article, English)