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TABLE 1. All taxa/morphotypes reported from the Puryear locality, western Tennessee, USA. The table also lists each taxon/morphotype’s organ type, proposed modern affinity, and its figure numbers in this paper and in Wang et al. (2013; Warman locality, western Tennessee) and in Blanchard et al. (2016; Bovay and Bolden localities, northern Mississippi). “+” indicates a taxon/morphotype is present at a locality. Available as zipped download.

TABLE 2. Suggested sequence of deposition of clay pits in western Tennessee (Modified from Potter and Dilcher, 1980).

Youngest

Breedhive pit
New Puryear pit
Spinks pit
Foundry Hill pits
Puryear pit




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All very close in age




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Rushing pit
Lawrence pit and Atkins pit
Miller pit
Grable pit
 
Buchanan pit
Martin pit
Cottage Grove pits



 
      Hayes pit
Carauthers pit
Liberty Church pits
Rancho pit
Young pit
Warman pit
Gleason area pits

Oldest

 

TABLE 3. Major characters of Claiborne Fagaceae Fruit Types 1 to 6 and Catahoulea grahamii. All dimensions are in millimeters. “?” indicates that a measurement is not available, or a character is not observed. Available as zipped download.

TABLE 4. Comparison of characters of Claiborne floral types. All dimensions are in millimeters (mm). “?” indicates that a measurement is not available, or a character is not observed. Available as zipped download.

TABLE 5. Comparison of major characters of the Claiborne infructescence types. All dimensions are in millimeters (mm). “?” indicates that a measurement is not available or a character is not observed. Available as zipped download.

 

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