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Correction to: The first occurrence of Phlebopteris dunkeri and P. woodwardii (Matoniaceae) from the middle Jurassic of Iran

  • Mohammad Taghi BadihaghEmail author
  • Dieter Uhl
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Correction to: J Palaeogeogr (2019) 8:6

https://doi.org/10.1186/s42501-018-0015-1

After publication of this article (Badihagh & Uhl, 2019), it is noticed the article contains some error:

The caption, artwork and labels are mismatched in Plate 1-2 and Figs. 1–5, thus the corresponding citations are incorrect.

The correct Plate 1, 2 and Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are attached below.
Plate 1

Fertile pinnule of Phlebopteris dunkeri (Schenk) Schenk 1875. a - Adaxial surface; b - Sketch of Phlebopteris dunkeri showing venation system and position of placenta. Leaf fragment from sample MBH319/204. Scale bar: 5 mm

Plate 2

Leaf fragments of Phlebopteris woodwardii Leckenby, 1864. a - Upper part of a fertile pinnule without apex, leaf fragment from sample MBH402/301; b - Fertile pinnule showing sori and their positions, leaf fragment from sample MBH395/301; c - Fertile pinnule showing the arc and elongated veins net, leaf fragment from sample MBH390/301; d - Sterile pinna showing the perpendicular insertion of pinnules, leaf fragment from sample MBH392/301; e - Sterile pinnule showing the waved margin as the result of preservation, leaf fragment from sample MBH391/301. Scale bar: 5 mm

Fig. 1

Simplified map showing the position of a the study area, and b the exploration well no. 233 of the Hojedk Formation in South Kuchak-Ali Area, Tabas Block, Central Iran

Fig. 2

Lithostratigraphic column and occurrence of Phlebopteris dunkeri and P. woodwardii through the succession of the Hojedk Formation in the exploration well no. 233, in South Kuchak-Ali Area, Tabas Block, Central Iran

Fig. 3

Sterile pinna of Phlebopteris woodwardii Leckenby, 1864. Pinnules attached at right angle, pinnules base are slightly decurrent. Redrawn after the leaf fragment from sample MBH392/301 (figured in pl. 2, fig. d). Scale bar: 5 mm.

Fig. 4

Fertile pinnule of Phlebopteris woodwardii Leckenby, 1864. Secondary veins attached at right angle. Redrawn after the leaf fragment from sample MBH390/301 (figured in pl. 2, fig. c). Scale bar: 5 mm.

Fig. 5

— Position of sori in a fertile pinnule of Phlebopteris woodwardii Leckenby, 1864. Redrawn after the leaf fragment from sample MBH395/301 (figured in pl. 2, fig. b). Scale bar: 5 mm.

The original article has been updated accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience caused.

Reference

  1. Badihagh, M.T., and D. Uhl. 2019. The first occurrence of Phlebopteris dunkeri and P. woodwardii (Matoniaceae) from the middle Jurassic of Iran. J Palaeogeogr 8: 6  https://doi.org/10.1186/s42501-018-0015-1.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Geology, Faculty of Science, University of TehranTehranIran
  2. 2.Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum FrankfurtFrankfurt am MainGermany

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