volume 74, issue 12, P1878-1887 1987
DOI: 10.1002/j.1537-2197.1987.tb08790.x
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Ruth A. Stockey

Abstract: A permineralized flower bud, two stamen clusters and one isolated stamen of similar morphology have been found in the black cherts of the Middle Eocene Allenby Formation of Princeton, British Columbia. Specimens were studied using a modified cellulose acetate peel technique and hydrofluoric acid. The single flower specimen, 4.5 mm long and 4.0 mm in diameter, represents half of a relatively mature bud of a bisexual flower with a superior ovary. The two‐loculate pistil is 2.5 mm long with a solid style and a lo…

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