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- Bamford, Marion K., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Grana 2018 v.57 no.4 pp. 249-259
- Eocene epoch; Loranthaceae; Miocene epoch; fossils; grains; host range; parasitism; pollen; scanning electron microscopy; Asia; South Africa
- ... An ongoing re-investigation of the early Miocene Saldanha Bay (South Africa) palynoflora, using combined light and scanning electron microscopy (single grain method), is revealing several pollen types new to the African fossil record. One of the elements identified is Loranthaceae pollen. These grains represent the first and only fossil record of Loranthaceae in Africa. The fossil pollen grains re ...
- Bamford, Marion K., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Quaternary international 2018 v.464 pp. 440-459
- Anacardiaceae; Asteraceae; Celastraceae; Cyperaceae; Ericaceae; Leucadendron; Restionaceae; Vitaceae; charcoal; culms; fynbos; grasses; humans; leaves; morphs; paleoecology; phytoliths; rivers; seeds; shrubs; silica; soil; soil sampling; tissues; South Africa
- ... The archaeological site of Klasies River is famous for the richness of its Middle Stone Age deposits, which offer the opportunity to document behaviors of early modern humans in Africa, as well as the paleoenvironmental context of their occupation of the area during the late Pleistocene. The Main Site deposits (dated to ca. 115 to 55 ka) include botanical remains such as seeds and charcoal, which ...