Czech Mycology 47(3): 207–213             Article published: 17th June, 1994 doi: 10.33585/cmy.47306

KNOBLOCH E., KOTLABA F.

Trametites eocenicus, a new fossil polypore from the Bohemian Eocene.

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Abstract

Trametites eocenicus Knobloch et Kotl. (Polyporaceae) from Radvanov, the Staré Sedlo Formation (Lower Tertiary, Upper Eocene) in W Bohemia (Czech Republic) is described. This fossil lignicolous polypore grew most probably in a subtropical forest formed of broad-leaved evergreen angiospermous plants.


Keywords:     Trametites eocenicus, fossil polypore, Upper Eocene, Bohemia, Czech Republic

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Knobloch E., Kotlaba F. (1994): Trametites eocenicus, a new fossil polypore from the Bohemian Eocene. – Czech Mycology 47(3): 207–213. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.47306

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