Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

(The TQCC of Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Long-term herbivore population dynamics in the northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and its implications for early human impacts28
Fungi–plant–arthropods interactions in a new conifer wood from the uppermost Permian of China reveal complex ecological relationships and trophic networks22
Dung fungi as an indicator of large herbivore dynamics in peatlands20
Statistically significant minimum pollen count in Quaternary pollen analysis; the case of pollen-rich lake sediments20
Modern pollen representation of the vegetation of the Tagus Basin (central Iberian Peninsula)19
Rate-of-change analysis in paleoecology revisited: A new approach18
Controls on amorphous organic matter type and sulphurization in a Mississippian black shale17
Palynology of the Cenomanian to lowermost Campanian (Upper Cretaceous) Chalk of the Trunch Borehole (Norfolk, UK) and a new dinoflagellate cyst bioevent stratigraphy for NW Europe17
A volcanic tuff near the Carboniferous–Permian boundary, Taiyuan Formation, North China: Radioisotopic dating and global correlation17
A major environmental shift by the middle Eocene in southern China: Evidence from palynological records16
A new species of Ormosia (Leguminosae) from the middle Miocene of Fujian, Southeast China and its biogeography15
Prolonged warming over the last ca. 11,700 cal years from the central Indian Core Monsoon Zone: Pollen evidence and a synoptic overview15
Promoting a standardized description of fossil tracheidoxyls14
At a crossroads: The late Eocene flora of central Myanmar owes its composition to plate collision and tropical climate13
Campanian to Danian dinoflagellate cyst assemblages from the southwestern Tethyan margin (Tattofte section, western External Rif, Morocco): Biostratigraphic and paleobiogeographic interpretations13
A new Choerospondias (Anacardiaceae) endocarp from the middle Miocene of Southeast China and its paleoecological implications13
Molecular structure of the cuticles of Dicroidium and Johnstonia (Corystospermaceae, Triassic, Argentina). Ecophysiological adaptations of two chemically indistinguishable, morphology-based taxa12
Plant–insect interactions in the early Permian Wuda Tuff Flora, North China12
Revision of the Cambro-Ordovician acritarch genus Vulcanisphaera Deunff, 196111
A study on modern pollen rain and pollen morphology in the tropical western Malay Peninsula and its implications for paleoenvironmental reconstructions in the Sunda region11
Modern pollen source and spatial distribution from surface lake sediments in the southwestern Pampa grasslands, Argentina: Implications to interpret Holocene pollen records11
Pediastrum (Chlorophyceae) assemblages in surface lake sediments in China and western Mongolia and their environmental significance11
Airyscan superresolution microscopy: A high-throughput alternative to electron microscopy for the visualization and analysis of fossil pollen10
Revised taxonomic interpretations of Cyperaceae phytoliths for (paleo)botanical studies with some notes on terminology10
Cuticle ultrastructure in Brachyphyllum garciarum sp. nov (Lower Cretaceous, Argentina) reveals its araucarian affinity10
Thirty-three years (1986–2019) of fossil plant cuticle studies using transmission electron microscopy: A review10
New petrified gymnosperms from the Permian of Maranhão (Pedra de Fogo Formation), Brazil: Novaiorquepitys and Yvyrapitys10
Two new species of Sigillaria Brongniart from the Wuda Tuff (Asselian: Inner Mongolia, China) and their implications for lepidodendrid life history reconstruction10
Generating and testing hypotheses about the fossil record of insect herbivory with a theoretical ecospace10
Plantscapes of dwelling: Precolonial household mounds, phytocultural dynamics and the ensuing human ecosystems at El Flaco and El Carril (cal. AD 990–1450), northern Dominican Republic10
Wall ultrastructure of the Permian pollen grain Lueckisporites virkkiae Potonié et Klaus 1954 emend. Clarke : Evidence for botanical affinity10
Holocene paleoshoreline changes of the Red River Delta, Vietnam10
The composition of the middle Miocene (15 Ma) Namling paleoflora, South Central Tibet, in the context of other Tibetan and Himalayan Floras10
Palynological correlation of the Arqov and Saad formations of the Negev, Israel, with the Umm Irna Formation of the eastern Dead Sea, Jordan9
Early Cretaceous palynology and paleoclimate of the Hanxia-Hongliuxia Area, Jiuxi Basin, China9
Modern pollen-vegetation relationships across a landscape mosaic in central México9
A rare late Mississippian flora from Northwestern Europe (Maine-et-Loire Coalfield, Pays de la Loire, France)9
Picking up the pieces: New charcoalified plant mesofossils (eophytes) from a Lower Devonian Lagerstӓtte in the Welsh Borderland, UK9
The rise of flowering plants in the high southern latitudes of Australia9
First record of a petrified gymnospermous wood from the Kungurian (late Early Permian) of the southern Sydney Basin, southeastern Australia, and its paleoclimatic implications9
A tropical lotus from the middle Miocene tropical rainforest flora of South China9
A taphonomic approach to the pollen assemblage from layer M of the Abric Romaní archaeological site (NE Iberian Peninsula)9
The phytoliths of Naachtun (Petén, Guatemala): Development of a modern reference for the characterization of plant communities in the Maya Tropical Lowlands8
New Jersey's paleoflora and eastern North American climate through Paleogene–Neogene warm phases8
Pollen records of vegetation dynamics, climate change and ISM variability since the LGM from Chhattisgarh State, central India8
Pollen morphology of Rubiaceae from Cerrado forest fragments: Pollen unit, polarity and diversity of the types of apertures8
Medullosan seed ferns of seasonally-dry habitats: old and new perspectives on enigmatic elements of Late Pennsylvanian–early Permian intramontane basinal vegetation8
A whole noeggerathialean plant Tingia unita Wang from the earliest Permian peat-forming flora, Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia8
Palynological, megafloral and mesofossil record from the Bajo Grande area (Anfiteatro de Ticó Formation, Baqueró Group, Upper Aptian), Patagonia, Argentina8
Ferns and fern allies in the Rhaetian flora of Wüstenwelsberg, Bavaria, Germany8
Preservation quality of plant macrofossils through a Quaternary cave sediment sequence at Naracoorte, South Australia: Implications for vegetation reconstruction8
Don't lose sight of the forest for the trees! Discerning Iberian pine communities by means of pollen‐vegetation relationships8
Site formation processes, human activities and palaeoenvironmental reconstructions from archaeobotanical records in cave and rock-shelter sites in NE Iberia8
A new pollen sequence from southern Iberia suggesting coastal Pleistocene phytodiversity hotspot8
The variability of Amazonian palm phytoliths8
Late Triassic dinoflagellate cysts from the Northern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia8
Plant–insect interactions from the Miocene (Burdigalian–Langhian) of Jiangxi, China8
Non-pollen palynomorphs notes: 3. Phototrophic loricate euglenoids in paleoecology and the effect of acetolysis on Trachelomonas loricae8
New charophyte flora from the Pine Hollow and Claron formations (southwestern Utah). Taxonomic, biostratigraphic, and paleobiogeographic implications7
Local vegetation patterns of a Neolithic environment at the site of Tianluoshan, China, based on coprolite analysis7
The carbon isotopic composition of occluded carbon in phytoliths: A comparative study of phytolith extraction methods7
Paleoclimate reconstruction and mire development in the Eastern Great Hungarian Plain for the last 20,000 years7
Re-appraisal of Anthrophyopsis (Gymnospermae): New material from China and global fossil records7
Stem diversity of the marattialean tree fern family Psaroniaceae from the earliest Permian Wuda Tuff Flora7
New palynological data from the Late Pleistocene glacial refugium of South-West Iberia: The case of Doñana7
A tiny parasite of unicellular microorganisms from the Lower Devonian Rhynie and Windyfield cherts, Scotland7
Biostratigraphy of acritarchs, chitinozoans, and miospores from Upper Ordovician sequences in Kuh-e Boghou, southwest of Kashmar, eastern central Iran: Stratigraphic and paleogeographic implications7
Callialastrobus sousai gen. et sp. nov., a new araucariaceous pollen cone from the Early Cretaceous of Catefica (Lusitanian Basin, western Portugal) bearing Callialasporites and Araucariacites pollen7
Contributions towards whole-plant reconstructions of Dicroidium plants (Umkomasiaceae) from the Permian of Jordan7
A new conifer stem, Ductoagathoxylon wangii from the Middle Jurassic of the Santanghu Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China7
Sequence completed – palynological investigations on Lateglacial/Early Holocene environmental changes recorded in sequentially laminated lacustrine sediments of the Nahe palaeolake in Schleswig-Holste7
Interpretation of the herbaceous pollen spectra in paleoecological reconstructions: A spatial extension of Indices of Association and determination of individual pollen source areas from binary data7
Holocene history of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) woodlands in the Ebro Basin (NE Spain): Climate-biased or human-induced?7
Bilobate phytolith size matters for taxonomical and ecological identification of Chad grasses: A case study on 15 species7
Subaerially preserved remains of pine stemwood as indicators of late Holocene timberline fluctuations in Fennoscandia, with comparisons of tree-ring and 14C dated depositional histories of subfossil t7
Wildfires during the Paleogene (late Eocene–late Oligocene) of the Neuwied Basin (W-Germany)7
Fossil record of Ceratophyllum aff. muricatum Cham. (Ceratophyllaceae) from the middle Eocene of central Tibetan Plateau, China7
A zygopterid fern with fertile and vegetative parts in anatomical and compression preservation from the earliest Permian of Inner Mongolia, China7
Late Holocene climate dynamics and human impact inferred from vegetation and fire history of the Caatinga, in Northeast Brazil7
Paleoenvironmental changes and vegetation of the Transylvanian Basin in the early stages of Lake Pannon (late Miocene, Tortonian)7
The use of spore–pollen assemblages to reconstruct vegetation changes in the Permian (Lopingian) Zechstein deposits of northeast England7
A more southerly occurrence of Xenoxylon in North America: X. utahense Xie et Gee sp. nov. from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation in Utah, USA, and its paleobiogeographic and paleoclimatic signifi6
Palynological assemblage from the lower Cenomanian plant-bearing Lagerstätte of Jaunay-Clan-Ormeau-Saint-Denis (Vienne, western France): Stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental implications6
Palynological investigations in the Orce Archaeological Zone, Early Pleistocene of Southern Spain6
Yangopteris ascendens (Halle) gen. et comb. nov., a climbing alethopterid pteridosperm from the Asselian (earliest Permian) Wuda Tuff Flora6
A coccoid, colony-forming cyanobacterium from the Lower Devonian Rhynie chert that resembles Eucapsis (Synechococcales) and Entophysalis (Chroococcales)6
New charcoal evidence at the onset of MIS 4: First insights into fuel management and the local landscape at De Nadale cave (northeastern Italy)6
An advanced species of the fern Botryopteris Renault from the Permian of southwestern China6
A 298-million-year-old gleicheniaceous fern from China6
Climate change on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau during the past ~ 600 years inferred from peat pollen records6
Chemometric approach to the foliar cuticle of Ptilophyllum micropapillosum sp. nov. from the Springhill Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Argentina)6
Revision of the Middle–Upper Ordovician acritarch genus Orthosphaeridium Eisenack 1968 nov. emend6
Variability of in situ spores in some leptosporangiate ferns from the Triassic in Italy and Austria6
Mid- and late Holocene vegetation, climate and fire dynamics in the Serra do Itatiaia, Rio de Janeiro State, southeastern Brazil6
The reproductive biology of glossopterid gymnosperms—A review6
Applications and potentialities of Atomic Force Microscopy in fossil and extant plant cuticle characterization6
Lower Ordovician (late Tremadocian?- Floian) palynomorphs from the Llanos Basin, Colombia: Biostratigraphic and paleogeographic significance6
Palaeoenvironmental and source rock potential of the Turonian–Miocene sequence in the West Esh El Mellaha (SW margin of the Suez rift, Egypt): Insights from palynofacies, palynology and organic geoche5
Reinvestigation of the marattialean Zhutheca densata (Gu et Zhi) Liu, Li et Hilton from the Lopingian of Southwest China, and its evolutionary implications5
Late Maastrichtian to Danian organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts and calcareous nannofossils from eastern Austral Basin, Patagonia, Argentina5
Use of DNA-specific stains as indicators of nuclei and extranuclear substances in leaf cells of the Middle Eocene Metasequoia from Arctic Canada5
A Cretaceous Gondwana origin of the wax palm subfamily (Ceroxyloideae: Arecaceae) and its paleobiogeographic context5
Cavilignum pratchettii gen. et sp. nov., a novel type of fossil endocarp with open locules from the Neogene Gray Fossil Site, Tennessee, USA5
Review of organic-walled microfossils research from the Cambrian of China: Implications for global phytoplankton diversity5
Pollen analysis of present-day striped hyena (Hyaena hyaena) scats from central Iran: Implications for dryland paleoecology and animal paleoethology5
Late Holocene ENSO-related fire impact on vegetation, nutrient status and carbon accumulation of peatlands in Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia5
Peri-Gondwanan acritarchs, chitinozoans, and miospores from Paleozoic succession in the High Zagros Mountains, southern Iran: Regional stratigraphic significance and paleogeographic implications5
Palynofacies, paleoenvironment and thermal maturity of early Silurian shales in Saudi Arabia (Qusaiba Member of Qalibah Formation)5
Early Oligocene Podocarpium (Leguminosae) from Qaidam Basin and its paleoecological and biogeographical implications5
Neogene long-term trends in climate of the Colchic vegetation refuge in Western Georgia – Uplift versus global cooling5
Upper Jurassic palynology from the Blue Nile Basin (Ethiopia)5
The systematic value of pollen morphology in Arthrocereus A. Berger (Cactaceae, Cactoideae)5
Anthropogenic impacts on vegetation landscapes and environmental implications during the Middle-Late Holocene in the Iberian Central Pre-Pyrenees: An anthracological approach5
The Rhaetian flora of Wüstenwelsberg, Bavaria, Germany: Description of selected gymnosperms (Ginkgoales, Cycadales, Coniferales) together with an ecological assessment of the locally prevailing vegeta5
Fossil fruits and pollen grains of Trapa from the Upper Pliocene of the Sanying Formation (Yunnan, China)5
Holocene moisture variations across the Tibetan Plateau: A synthesis of pollen records5
Palynological grouping of Paleozoic marattialean miospores5
A new meliolaceos foliicolous fungus from the Plio-Pleistocene of Arunachal Pradesh, eastern Himalaya5
Fossil record of the Icacinaceae and its paleogeographic implications5
Catalogue of revised and new plant macrofossils from the Aquitanian-Burdigalian of Soma (W Turkey) – Biogeographic and palaeoclimatic implications5
Chatangiella islae and Trithyrodinium zakkii, new species of peridinioid dinoflagellate cysts (Family Deflandreoideae) from the Coniacian and Campanian (Upper Cretaceous) of the Norwegian Sea5
Palynological record of the Carnian Pluvial Episode from the northwestern Sichuan Basin, SW China5
Pollen rain–vegetation relationship along an elevational gradient in the Serra dos Órgãos National Park, southeastern Brazil5
Studies of the leaf cuticle fine structure of Zuberia papillata (Townrow) Artabe 1990 from Hoyada de Ischigualasto (Upper Triassic), San Juan Province, Argentina5
New Selandian species of Glaphyrocysta and Spinidinium from offshore Northwest Europe5
Neogene paleoecology and biogeography of a Malvoid pollen in northwestern South America5
New Pliocene records of plant fossil-taxa from NW Portugal and their relevance for the assessment of diversity loss patterns in the late Cenozoic of Europe5
Revision of the Pennsylvanian fern Myriotheca anglica Kidston from the Central Pennine Basin (UK) and its transfer to the genus Pecopteris (Brongniart) Sternberg5
Paleoclimatic and paleoecological inferences of the Family Anemiaceae: A palynological investigation from variable spatial and temporal strata in some lithostratigraphic units of Brazil, India and Fra5
The Eco-Plant model and its implication on Mesozoic dispersed sporomorphs for Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, and Gymnosperms5
Morphology, nomenclature and potential paleophytogeographic implication of Demersatheca contigua (Zosterophyllopsida) from the Lower Devonian of Yunnan and Guangxi, southwestern China5
Umaltolepis and associated Pseudotorellia leaves from the Middle Jurassic of Yima in Henan Province, Central China5
First data on the leaf cuticle ultrastructure of the Mesozoic genus Pseudotorellia Florin5
Qasimia yunnanica sp. nov., a marattialean fern with bivalvate synangia from the Lopingian of Southwest China5
Xuanweioxylon damogouense sp. nov., a gymnosperm stem from the Lopingian (late Permian) of southwestern China and its systematic and paleoecological implications5
Are your hands clean? Pollen retention on the human hand after washing4
A palynological assemblage from the Cambrian (Series 2, Stage 4) of Shandong Province, China, and its implications to the transition from algae to land plants4
The age of the Euconochitina symmetrica Zone and implication for Lower Ordovician chitinozoan and graptolite zonations of Laurentia4
Cretaceous Lauraceae wood from El Rosario, Baja California, Mexico4
Oldest Jurassic wood with Gondwanan affinities from the Middle Jurassic of Tibetan Plateau and its paleoclimatological and paleoecological significance4
Phytolith sizes and assemblages differentiate genera and ecotypes of woody bamboos in subtropical Southwest China4
Reduced Poaceae pollen under conditions of severe summer drought in the Middle East: Implications for rainfall seasonality in pollen diagrams4
Myrtaceae pollen morphology study from Bass Strait islands, Australia, is effective in separating region-specific fossil Myrtaceae pollen types4
Paleotropical lineage of Indian Water Primrose (Ludwigia L., Onagraceae) using pollen morphometric analysis4
Wood shrinkage during fossilisation and its significance for studying deep-time lignophytes4
Fruits of Ceratophyllum (Ceratophyllaceae) from the late Miocene in Huaning, Southwest China and its paleoecological and paleophytogeographical significances4
The Late Pennsylvanian flora of the Italian Carnic Alps4
Water fern spores (Salviniales) from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina4
Permian “vegetational Pompeii”: A peat-forming in situ preserved forest from the Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia, China – Introduction to a volume of detailed studies4
First fossil record of Castanopsis (Fagaceae) from the middle Miocene Fotan Group of Fujian, southeastern China4
Coprophilous and non-coprophilous fungal spores of Bos mutus modern dung from the Indian Himalaya: Implications to temperate paleoherbivory and paleoecological analysis4
Prehispanic fuel management in the Canary Islands: A new experimental dataset for interpreting Pinus canariensis micromorphological degradation patterns on archeological charcoal4
Palaeovegetation and paleoclimate in the SW Turkey – a study based on the early-middle Miocene coal-bearing sediments from the Büyük Menderes Graben4
Combretaceous fossil wood from Ituzaingó Formation (Late Miocene?), Argentina, indicate a coastal marine environment4
Evidence of cooling in the tropical South Atlantic off southeastern Brazil during the last 50 kyr4
A Classopollis “spike” in the Rugubivesiculites Zone of the Kayan Sandstone, western Sarawak, Borneo, suggests a Danian age for these deposits4
Paleoecological potential of phytoliths from lake sediment records from the tropical lowlands of Bolivia4
Palynology of the Muarádzi sub-basin, Moatize-Minjova Coal Basin, Karoo Supergroup, Mozambique4
Neoarthropitys gondwanaensis gen. nov. et sp. nov. from the Middle Triassic of Gondwana: an intermediate stage in the anatomical trend of Equisetalean stems4
Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of Asbian–Brigantian (Mississippian) miospores from Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, UK: Preliminary results4
Ovule-bearing structures of Karkenia Archangelsky, associated dispersed seeds and Sphenobaiera leaves from the Middle Jurassic of East Siberia, Russia4
Sedimentary organic matter characterization of the Whitehill shales (Karoo Basin, South Africa): An integrated quantitative approach using FE-EPMA and LA-ICP-MS4
Does the proportion of shattering vs. non-shattering cereal remains in archeobotanical assemblages reflect Near Eastern Neolithic arable fields?4
First fossil record of mulberry from Asia4
Fossil leaves of Podocarpus subgenus Foliolatus (Podocarpaceae) from the Pliocene of southwestern China and biogeographic history of Podocarpus4
Coprolite palynology from Abrigo do Lagar Velho (Portugal) and a revision of Gravettian vegetation in the Iberian Peninsula4
A new anachoropterid fern from the Asselian (Cisuralian) Wuda Tuff Flora4
Birch-sedge communities, forest withdrawal and flooding at the beginning of Heinrich Stadial 3 at the southern Alpine foreland4
Plant–insect interactions from the Late Pennsylvanian of the Iberian Peninsula (León, northern Spain)4
The history of conifers in central Italy supports long-term persistence and adaptation of mesophilous conifer fungi in Arbutus-dominated shrublands4
Deciphering interfungal relationships in the 410-million-yr-old Rhynie chert: Brijax amictus gen. et sp. nov. (Chytridiomycota) colonizing the walls of glomeromycotan acaulospores4
Frenelopsis antunesii sp. nov., a new cheirolepidiaceous conifer from the Lower Cretaceous of Figueira da Foz Formation in western Portugal4
Fossil infructescence from southwestern China reveals Paleogene establishment of Cladrastis in Asia4
Modern pollen–vegetation relationships within tropical marshes of Lopé National Park (Central Gabon)4
Chromosomes of fossilized Metasequoia from early Oligocene of Siberia4
T0 Early Permian coal-forest preserved in situ in volcanic ash bed in the Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia, China4
A comparison of stomatal traits between contemporary and fossil leaves of Melaleuca quinquenervia: Do they reflect climate variation?4
Early Devonian miospores and organic geochemistry from the Alto Garças Sub-basin (Paraná Basin), Brazil: Biostratigraphic, paleogeographical and paleoenvironmental implications4
Palynology and geochemistry of the Frasnian global transgression in the Parnaíba Basin, Brazil4
Cuticle ultrastructure of Baiera furcata from Northeast China and its implication in taxonomy and paleoenvironment4