Data from: Revision of Icacinaceae from the Early Eocene London Clay flora based on X-ray micro-CT

Gregory W. Stull, Neil F. Adams, Steven R. Manchester, Dan Sykes & Margaret E. Collinson
The Early Eocene (Ypresian) London Clay Formation contains one of the most important fruit and seed assemblages from the Paleogene, including a large diversity of taxa (>350 spp.) preserved as pyrite permineralizations retaining 3D structure as well as anatomical detail. Despite the importance of the flora for understanding angiosperm biogeographic and evolutionary history, the majority of the fossil material has not been revisited since the original taxonomic treatments by E.M. Reid and M.E.J. Chandler. Given...
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