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“…sp. (Jin et al, 2018) show characteristics similar to those of the present fossil in terms of leaves and ultimate shoots (Figure 6a–g). However, taxonomically, our fossil specimen cannot be safely assigned to Elatides as it yields no evidence of cuticle or in situ pollen, especially considering that the natural genus Elatides was originally established based on female reproductive organs (T. M. Harris, 1943).…”
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“…sp. (Jin et al, 2018) show characteristics similar to those of the present fossil in terms of leaves and ultimate shoots (Figure 6a–g). However, taxonomically, our fossil specimen cannot be safely assigned to Elatides as it yields no evidence of cuticle or in situ pollen, especially considering that the natural genus Elatides was originally established based on female reproductive organs (T. M. Harris, 1943).…”
Section: Comparisonssupporting
“…of this article, the Late Jurassic of Shehong, China, the blue arrow shows the morphology and mid‐rib (vein); (e), the ultimate shoot of Elatides zhoui from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia, drawn from Shi et al, 2014); (f), the ultimate shoots of Elatides sp. which was reported associated with E. laiyangensis from the Early Cretaceous of Shandong Province, China (Jin et al, 2018); (g) the leaflet of Elatides sp. from Jin et al, 2018, blue arrow shows the morphology and mid‐rib (resin canal); (h) the ultimate shoot of Brachyphyllum crucis from the Middle Jurassic of Yorkshire (T. M. Harris, 1979); (i) the ultimate shoot of Pagiophyllum insigne from the Middle Jurassic of Yorkshire (T. M. Harris, 1979); (j) the ultimate shoots of Pagiophyllum beipiaoensis from the Late Jurassic of Liaoning Province, China (Sun, Zheng, David, Wang, & Mei, 2001), this specimen (PB19145) is deposited in the Palaeobotanical collection, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS, China; (k) the ultimate shoots of Athrotaxites yumenensis from the Early Cretaceous of Gansu Province, China (Dong et al, 2014); (l) the ultimate shoot of Geinitzia reichenbachii from the Late Cretaceous of Czech Republic, drawn from Kunzmann, 2010; (m) the ultimate shoot of Elatocladus laxus from the Middle Jurassic of Yorkshire (T. M. Harris, 1979); (n) the ultimate shoots of Cunninghamites lignitum from the Late Cretaceous of the Czech Republic (Nguyen et al, 2002).…”
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“…The Laiyang Basin refers to the Mesozoic depression in the Laiyang area of Shandong Province, and this Mesozoic depression is located on the north side of the Sulu orogenic belt and the east of the North China Craton (Luo et al, 1990;Li and Zhang, 2000;Jin et al, 2018;Fig. 1A, B).…”
Section: Geological and Stratigraphical Settingsmentioning
“…1A, B). The Cretaceous strata from this basin are well-developed, continuously exposed and complete and contain abundant and various fossil categories (Luo et al, 1990;Li and Zhang, 2000;Jin et al, 2018). This area is one of the most desirable areas for studying the geologic evolution of Asia in the Cretaceous (Luo et al, 1990;Li and Zhang, 2000).…”
Section: Geological and Stratigraphical Settingsmentioning