Celtis pirskenbergensis (ERW.KNOBLOCH) KVAČEK et H. WALTHER

Kvaček, Zlatko, Teodoridis, Vasilis & Radoň, Miroslav, 2018, Review Of The Late Oligocene Flora Of Matrý Near Sebuzín (České Středohoří Mts., The Czech Republic), Fossil Imprint 74 (3 - 4), pp. 292-316: 297

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http://doi.org/ 10.2478/if-2018-0018

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scientific name

Celtis pirskenbergensis (ERW.KNOBLOCH) KVAČEK et H. WALTHER
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Celtis pirskenbergensis (ERW.KNOBLOCH) KVAČEK et H. WALTHER  

Pl. 5, Figs 9–10

1961 Celtis begonioides GÖPP. var. pirskenbergensis Erw. KNOBLOCH   , p. 273, pl. 6, figs 3, 5, 8 (holotype).

2006 Celtis   sp.; Radoň et al., p. 101, pl. 5, figs 5–7.

2007 Celtis pirskenbergensis (ERW.KNOBLOCH) KVAČEK et H.WALTHER   ; Walther and Kvaček, p. 101, pl. 7, figs 1–8, text-fig. 4a–c.

M a t e r i a l s t u d i e d. Foliage impressions PA 1353,

1438.

D e s c r i p t i o n. The two studied leaves are shortly petiolate, with an ovate to elongate blade; one is oblique at the base, the other slightly asymmetrical, margin coarsely crenate-serrate. Three basal veins arise at acute angles from the lamina base. Details of venation are poorly visible.

D i s c u s s i o n. The material matches other Celtis   foliage recovered elsewhere in a few of the volcanic sites of North Bohemia and Saxony ( Radoň et al. 2006, Walther and Kvaček 2007). We follow the treatment proposed by Walther and Kvaček (2007) and leave separately other fossil species known from the Neogene, such as Celtis trachytica ETTINGSH.