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A. Abundance charts of the most productive palynological assemblages from the amber-rich lignitic clays of Neau. Charts are based on the botanical affinities of the various spores and pollen morphotypes. Encountered genera: 1: Aequitriradites, Stereisporites, Triporoletes; 2: Camarozonosporites, Densoisporites, Retitriletes; 3: Gleicheniidites, Ornamentifera; 4: Cyathidites, Deltoidospora, Dictyophyllidites, Matonisporites, Toroisporis; 5: Appendicisporites, Cicatricosisporites, Distaltriangulisporites; 6: Auritulinasporites, Baculatisporites, Concavissimisporites, Laevigatosporites, Microreticulatisporites, Patellasporites, Todisporites; 7: Parvisaccites, Piceaepollenites, Podocarpidites, Pristinuspollenites; 8: Araucariacites, Balmeiopsis, Callialasporites; 9: Classopollis; 10: Exesipollenites, Inaperturopollenites, Perinopollenites, Taxodiaceaepollenites; 11: Alisporites, Afropollis, Cycadopites, Eucommiidites, Monosulcites; 12: Clavatipollenites, Dichastopollenites, Pennipollis, Retimonocolpites, Stellatopollis, Transitoripollis; 13: Artiopollis, Nyssapollenites, Phimopollenites, Retitrescolpites, Tricolpites. Species list, counts and references are available on Appendix S1. B–Z. Dinocysts, spores and pollen grains recovered from Neau lignitic clays. Accompanying data are palynological preparation and England Finder coordinates. Scale bars represent 10 μm. B. Surculosphaeridium longifurcatum (Firtion) Davey et al., S3-Cd9, N30.4. C. Triporoletes cenomanianus (Agasie) Srivastava, S11-Cd28, R45.4. D. Camarozonosporites insignis Norris, S4-Cd16, J31.4. E. Cicatricosisporites cf. mohrioides Delcourt and Sprumont, S11-Cd31, P36.0. F. Cicatricosisporites annulatus Archangelsky and Gamerro, S3-Cd9, F29.2. G, H. Appendicisporites bilateralis Singh, S3-Cd7, K41.0. I, J. Appendicisporites insignis (Markova) Chlonova, S4-Cd11, J46.1. K. Baculatisporites sp., S3-Cd8, R48.1. L. Patellasporites tavaredensis Groot and Groot, S11-Cd28, J42.0. M. Podocarpidites biformis Rouse, S3-Cd6, M32.3. N. Araucariacites australis Cookson ex Cooper, S11-Cd31, L47.1. O. Eucommiidites minor Groot and Penny, S11-Cd29, P45.0. P. Transitoripollis anulisulcatus Góczán and Juhász, S3-Cd6, M31.0. Q. Dichastopollenites reticulatus May, S4-Cd14, S46.4. R. Dichastopollenites sp. 4 sensu Heimhofer et al. (2007), S11-Cd29, B40.0. S. Stellatopollis cf. largissimus Singh, S4-Cd16, K48.0. T. Artiopollis indivisus Agasie, S4-Cd16, K52.1. U. Nyssapollenites albertensis Singh, S3-Cd8, R48.3. V. Tricolpites cf. vulgaris (Pierce) Srivastava, S3-Cd7, H48.4. W. Tricolpites aff. virgeus (Groot, Penny and Groot) Hasenboehler, S11-Cd28, F35.0. X. Phimopollenites tectatus Singh, S3-Cd7, K47.1. Y. Phimopollenites megistus Singh, S4-Cd16, M33.1. Z. Phimopollenites cf. pannosus (Dettmann and Playford) Dettmann, S11-Cd33, L37.4.

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