megaflora


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megaflora

(ˈmɛɡəˌflɔːrə)
n
plants large enough to be seen by the naked eye
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Megaflora of the Hell Creek and Lower Fort Union Formations in the western Dakotas: Vegetational response to climate change, the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary event, and rapid marine transgression.
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If large mammals like people are the losers in this transformation of diverse megafauna and megaflora into shit, then, at least In the short run, insects and micro-organisms are the beneficiaries.
Overview of the Cretaceous--Tertiary (K/T) megaflora of the Hell Creek and lower Fort Union Formations in southwestern North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota.
A palynoflora and megaflora (Dunay and Fisher 1979; Dunay and Traverse, 1971) also have been reported from the strata as has the conchostracan (clam shrimp) Cyzicus (Murry, 1989).
2005, Megaflora of the Upper Carboniferous Cumberland Group, Joggins area, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Moderately diverse assemblages of megaflora (wood and foliage) and palynoflora occur.
A critical analysis of the higher Pennsylvanian megafloras of the Appalachian region.