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macroflora

[¦mak·rō′flȯr·ə]
(botany)
Plants which are visible to the naked eye.
(ecology)
Widely distributed flora.
Flora of a macrohabitat.
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Potential for restoring biodiversity of macroflora and macrofauna on oyster reefs in Mosquito Lagoon, Florida.
The contact represents an angular unconformity in the subsurface (Waldron and Rygel 2005) and records a pronounced biostratigraphic break marked by the appearance of Cordaites macroflora and the incoming of the cordaitalean prepollen Florinites (Calder 1998; Utting and Wagner 2005; Utting et al.
Growing together with higher plants, Vaucheria has been observed even in oxidation ponds in Estonia (Viik, 1999) and presumably it belongs to the lacustrine macroflora in Estonia (see Leppik, 1922; Molder, 1944).
A nearly continuous record of the macroflora was recovered from the Pleistocene marginal lacustrine and Holocene bog sediments (Unit II and III).
A Paleocene lowland macroflora from Patagonia reveals significantly greater richness than North American analogs.
An early Tertiary macroflora from West Dale, southwestern Australia.
Recent investigation and taxonomic revision ofthe macroflora suggest that the strata are most probably early Langsettian (Utting and Wagner 2005), and the proximity of the Namurian-Westphalian boundary is suggested by the presence of late Namurian floral elements.