Dryophyllum Debey 1865

Dryophyllum

Parent taxon: Angiospermae according to H. N. Andrews 1970

See also Knowlton 1899

Sister taxa: Aachenoxylon, Acaciaephyllum, Aceriphyllum, Acerites, Achaenites, Actinidiophyllum, Aesculiphyllum, Afropollis, Ameghinoites, Ancoraecarpon, Anisophyllum, Anthites, Appomatoxia, Araliophyllum, Araliphyllum, Archaefructaceae, Aulacoxylon, Berendtia, Bresciphyllum, Campanulids, Cantia, Carolites, Carpantholithes, Carpiniphyllum, Cedrelospermites, Cercidoxylon, Chondrophyton, Cinnamomiphyllum, Credneria, Cucubalites, Daphnogene, Dejaxpollenites, Dicotylirhizos, Dicotylophyllum, Dieune, Dodonaeaecarpum, Dryobalanoxylon, Eremophyllum, Ettingshausenia, Euanthus, Evodioxylon, Fabid, Ficophyllum, Flabellicula, Globocarpon, Glossocarpellites, Hamamelidoxylon, Hesperidophyllum, Hicoroides, Involucrum, Jordania, Juglandiphyllum, Lagenella, Lagenoidea, Lamids, Leyrida, Limnophyllum, Malvids, Monocarpellites, Monocots, Monocotyledoneae, Montsechia, Montsechites, Naiadaceae, Ochthodocaryon, Ornoxylon, Palackya, Pandanophyllum, Papillopollis, Pataloxylon, Perseoxylon, Phyllites, Phyllodermium, Plantaginopsis, Platycoila, Pleiacron, Populites, Pothocites, Proteophyllum, Proteopsis, Protorchis, Retimonocolpites, Rhamnophyllum, Rhoophyllum, Rohlfsia, Ronzocarpon, Rosids, Rottia, Sabulia, Sahnipushpam, Salicinoxylon, Salicites, Sapindoides, Sassendorfites, Schafhautlia, Tetracolpites, Tetraporopollenites

Subtaxa: Dryophyllum australis Dryophyllum subcretaceum

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Type: Dryophyllum subcretaceum

Ecology: "photoautotroph"

Distribution:

• Oligocene of Germany (8 collections)

• Eocene of United States (13: Alaska, Texas, Washington)

• Paleocene of Argentina (3)

• Cretaceous of Canada (6: British Columbia, Saskatchewan), United States (107: Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming)

Total: 137 collections including 146 occurrences

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