Podocarpus Lheritier and Persoon 1807

Coniferales - Podocarpaceae

Parent taxon: Podocarpaceae according to D. C. Christophel and D. R. Greenwood 1987

Sister taxa: Acmopyle, Apterocladus, Bellarinea, Coronelia, Dacrycarpidites, Dacrycarpites, Dacrycarpus, Dacrydioxylon, Dacrydium, Dacrydiumites, Decussocarpus, Elatocladus, Falcatifolium, Gamerroites, Halocarpus, Huncocladus, Kakahuia, Lagarostrobos, Lepidothamnus, Lygistepollenites, Matia, Mesembrioxylon, Mesibovia, Microalatidites, Microcachrydites, Microcachryidites, Microcachrys, Microstrobos, Minetaxites, Morenoa, Mumu, Nipaniostrobus, Nothodacrium, Parvisaccites, Phyllocladidites, Phyllocladopsis, Phyllocladoxylon, Phyllocladus, Platysaccus, Podocarpidites, Podocarpoxylon, Podosporites, Podostrobus, Podozamites, Prumnopitys, Retrophyllum, Rissikia, Saxegothopsis, Sigmaphyllum, Smithtonia, Sphaerostrobus, Triasococladus, Trichotomosulcites, Trisaccites, Willungia

Subtaxa: Podocarpus araucoensis Podocarpus fildesensis Podocarpus inopinatus Podocarpus platyphyllum Podocarpus sinuatus Podocarpus travisiae Podocarpus witherdenensis

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Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (45 collections), the Congo-Kinshasa (1), Tanzania (4)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of the Congo-Kinshasa (1), Tanzania (1)

• Pliocene of Bolivia (2), Panama (2)

• Miocene to Pliocene of South Africa (3)

• Miocene of Costa Rica (1), New Zealand (4), Poland (2)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Australia (2), New Zealand (1)

• Oligocene of Australia (1), Azerbaijan (1), Puerto Rico (2)

• Eocene to Miocene of Argentina (1), Chile (1)

• Eocene of Argentina (4), Australia (5), Chile (4), Japan (4), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (2), United States (13: Louisiana)

• Paleogene of Chile (1)

• Cretaceous of Antarctica (4), Japan (2), the Russian Federation (1), South Africa (2)

• Jurassic to Cretaceous of Canada (2: Nunavut)

• Jurassic of Argentina (1), Canada (1: Nunavut)

• Triassic of China (1)

Total: 123 collections including 132 occurrences

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