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Author(s): Hably, L.
Title: Egerian macroflora from the Andornaktálya sandpit (Hungary)
Year: 1993
Publication date: 1993-06-30
Volume: 24
Pages: 5-22.

Abstract: The sandpit between Eger and Andornaktálya — exposing the upper part of Eger Formation — yielded a rich Egerian macroflora. Most of the 25 taxa are palaeotropical, like the rest of the Egerian floras. The species composition is almost identical with other Egerian floras (Kesztölc, Pomáz, Nagysáp), although the ratio of Lauraceae is conspicuously high here. Most of the flora represents remnants of a mesophyllous forest, i.e. zonal vegetation. Spirematospermum wetzleri, new species for the Hungarian Egerian, indicates marsh environment.
Subject: botany

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Lőkös, L. & Matskási, I.