Clavatoraceae | Article about Clavatoraceae by The Free Dictionary
A group of middle Mesozoic algae belonging to the Charophyta.
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(1991): Evolutionary Patterns of Clavatoraceae
(Charophyta) in the mesogean basins analyzed according to environmental change during Malm and Lower Cretaceous.
They belong to the families Clavatoraceae
and Porocharaceae (Carles Martin-Closas, pers.
Therefore, nonmarine ostracods, spores and pollen and members of the charophyte family Clavatoraceae
are particularly useful for biostratigraphic correlation.