Zamite

Za´mite


n.1.(Paleon.) A fossil cycad of the genus Zamia.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nevertheless, the presence of several anthracophobic Bennettitalean genera (Ptilophyllum, Pterophyllum, Zamites and Pseudocycas) and the absence of anthracophilic Cy cadalean genera (Nilssonia, Ctenis and Anomozamites), along with additional characteristics (e.g.
The macroflora here described, besides being the first record of Ptilophyllum pecten from Tithonian-Berriasian sediments, broadens the geographical and stratigraphical range of Pterophyllum cycadites and Zamites pumilio.
Jurassic leaf-genera Otozamites, Zamites Brongniart, and Ptilophyllum
Otozamites but absent from Ptilophyllum and Zamites, is deemed to be
margins of Otozamites and Zamites are contracted, whereas the basiscopic
Cretaceous Ptilophyllum cutchense (Rao & Achuthan, 1967) and Zamites
comparable species, including Zamites wendyellisae from the English
Nevertheless, the presence of several anthracophobic Bennettitalean genera (Ptilophyllum, Pterophyllum, Zamites and Pseudocycas) and the absence of anthracophilic Cycadalean genera (Nilssonia, Ctenis and Anomozamites), along with additional characteristics (e.g.