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Published In: American Journal of Botany 91(3): 499–509. 2004. (Amer. J. Bot.) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 9/21/2012)
Project Data     (Last Modified On 9/25/2012)
Organ: fruit
Type of preservation: permineralized (petrifaction)
Geologic formation/flora: Columbia River Basaalt group/Yakima Canyon flora
Age: Miocene
Absolute age (in years): 15.2 Ma, middle Miocene
Location: United States, Washington, Yakima
Accession Institution: Arizona State University
Accession Unit of Institution: Fossil Plant Collections, School of Life Sciences
Remarks: Fig. 22 in Pigg et al 2004. Published in American Journal of Botany, 2004. "Hi Hole", County line holes, approximately 11.2 km north off Interstate 82, Firing Center Exit. T14N, R19E, NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of section 3. Reference: Pigg, K. B., S. M. Ickert-Bond, and J. Wen. 2004. Anatomically preserved Liquidambar (Altingiaceae) from the middle Miocene of Yakima Canyon, Washington State, USA, and its biogeographic implications. American Journal of Botany 91(3): 499-509.

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