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“…Subsequently, diverse dipterocarp wood and leaf fossils are reported from the latest middle and late Miocene Siwalik sequences (northern India) and have been referred to the genera Anisoptera, Dipterocarpus, Dryobalanops, Hopea, and Vatica (Srivastava et al 2014). Overall, dipterocarps do not become abundant in Indian macrofloras until the Neogene (Mehrotra 2003, Shukla et al 2012, although pollen is reported as common in the early Eocene and as present in the Maastrichtian (Prasad et al 2018).…”
Section: Faunal Analogmentioning
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“…Subsequently, diverse dipterocarp wood and leaf fossils are reported from the latest middle and late Miocene Siwalik sequences (northern India) and have been referred to the genera Anisoptera, Dipterocarpus, Dryobalanops, Hopea, and Vatica (Srivastava et al 2014). Overall, dipterocarps do not become abundant in Indian macrofloras until the Neogene (Mehrotra 2003, Shukla et al 2012, although pollen is reported as common in the early Eocene and as present in the Maastrichtian (Prasad et al 2018).…”
Section: Faunal Analogmentioning
“…All these taxa are represented as fossil woods and fruits/seeds in Deccan: Indian Plate the Deccan Traps, which straddle the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary (Manchester et al 2013, Wheeler et al 2017; are present in the living rainforests of Malesia; and confirm a modern-aspect angiosperm flora. Additional lineages represented as pollen in terminal Cretaceous Deccan volcanics include Dipterocarpaceae, Arecaceae (Calamoideae), and Proteaceae (Prasad et al 2018).…”
Section: Gafi 1: India-asiamentioning
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