Table 2. Percentage of palynomorphs found in each sample through Longling section, supplement to: Xu, Jing-Xian; Ferguson, David-Kay; Li, Cheng-Sen; Wang, Yu-Fei; Du, Nai-Qiu (2004): Climatic and ecological implications of Late Pliocene Palynoflora from Longling, Yunnan, China. Quaternary International, 117(1), 91-103

Jing-Xian Xu, David-Kay Ferguson, Cheng-Sen Li, Yu-Fei Wang & Nai-Qiu Du
The Longling Coal Mine (W. Yunnan) is situated in an area of substantial geotectonic activity. Its Late Pliocene palynoflora is of considerable interest, since the area represents a centre of biodiversity. Eighty-two palynomorphs belonging to 61 families were recovered from the lignite. The palynoflora is dominated by angiosperms (68.3%), with ferns (24.4%), gymnosperms (4.9%) and algae (2.4%). Comparisons indicate that most of the palynoflora was derived from the Montane Humid Evergreen Broad-leaved Forest, with lesser...
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