doi: 10.4154/GC.2012.21

Late Carboniferous floras of Slovenia - a review

Tea Kolar-Jurkovšek, Bogdan Jurkovšek

Abstract


This paper provides a short review of the Late Carboniferous floras in Slovenia. The Namurian-Westphalian or Westphalian A (Langsettian) flora was collected in the Sava Folds, whereas the late Westphalian and/or Stephanian flora was documented in the Southern Karavanke Mts. The recovered assemblages are well represented by horsetails, arborescent lycopsids, fern-like foliage (ferns and pteridosperms) as well as gymnosperms, and they correspond to the general features of the Euramerican flora.


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