Below are our previous "hot news" and "fossil spotlight" pages. For further information, there are links to the corresponding published paper pages, if applicable. Enjoy these blasts from the past!

The oldest known fossil flower of monocotyledons with affinities to the modern family Triuridaceae- August, 1999. See the published paper.

Fossil sorophores of the genus Lygodium- January, 2000. See the published paper.

A new fossil saxifragoid from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey- September, 2000. See the published paper.

A Turonian inflorescence bearing perigynous flowers of a lower rosid affinity- May, 2001.

Fossil flowers with possible nymphaealean affinities- September, 2001. See the published paper.

A new Paracupes species from the Cretaceous of New Jersey- May, 2002. See the published paper.

A Cretaceous Atlantic Coastal Plain "ericoid" complex- September, 2002. See the published paper.

Origins of Fagaceae- August, 2003.

A unique mid-Cretaceous flower in the subclass Magnoliidae- May, 2004. See the published paper.

A new fossil flower with affinities to the Theales sensu Cronquist- October, 2005. See the published paper.

CT images of fossils- August, 2010.

Fossil palms from Argentina- April, 2011. See the published paper.

Oldest macrofossils for Eucalyptus found in Argentina- June, 2011. See the published paper.