Paul Grote

Paul Grote
Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University | NRRU · Northeastern Research Institute of Petrified Wood and Mineral Resources

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Large areas of Earth’s continents were covered by temperate forests before the dramatic increase of the human population in the past two millennia. Prior to human expansion, temperate forests were more extensive in the Neogene (23–2.6 Ma) when climate at the middle latitudes was slightly warmer and more equable than at the present. These temperate...
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A checklist of Acanthaceae subfamily Nelsonioideae in Thailand is presented. Two genera (Nelsonia and Staurogyne) and 29 species are considered native to Thailand, including new species Staurogyne kaengkrachanense. Ecological and distributional data, together with a key to the species, are provided.
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In the original version of this Article, an incorrect sample size was provided for the number of relict species (443 instead of 442) and the number of relict forests (423 instead of 422). These errors have been corrected in both the PDF and HTML versions of the Article.
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Supplementary Note 1 Relict genera: their distribution in space and time before the LGM Supplementary Figures 1-9 Supplementary Tables 1-11 Supplementary references
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Today East Asia harbors many “relict” plant species whose ranges were much larger during the Paleogene-Neogene and earlier. The ecological and climatic conditions suitable for these relict species have not been identified. Here, we map the abundance and distribution patterns of relict species, showing high abundance in the humid subtropical/warm-te...
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A checklist of the genus Pseuderanthemum in Thailand is presented, including ecological data, distributional information and specimen citations. Sixteen taxa are recognized, of which 11 taxa are native and five are introduced, including two new species; Pseuderanthemum thailandicum T.Choopan & P.J.Grote and P. lanceophyllum T.Choopan. A key to the...
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The pollen morphology of Thai Acanthaceae Subfamily Nelsonioideae was investigated. The pollen type was tricolpate. Their apertures were longitudinal narrow colpi with acute ends. The polar axis length (P) was 16.342.5 μm and equatorial axis length (E) was 17.537.5 μm. The largest size was represented in Staurogyne dispar, while the smallest show...
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The Khorat Plateau, at the centre of mainland Southeast Asia, is considered a bridge connecting the biotas of Indochina and Kalimantan. The vegetation change in this area is an indicator of regional environmental change, but the history is unclear. In this study, a sand pit along an ancient fluvial terrace on this plateau was investigated palynolog...
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Fluorescence analysis of modern pollen grains is a well-established technique, but its use on fossil material is significantly less prevalent. A study focused on pollen and spore fluorescence and its indication was carried out using samples collected from a 14-m-deep exposed section at an abandoned fluvial terrace in the Khorat Plateau, the center...
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The morphology and distribution of calcium carbonate crystals or cystoliths in mature leaves of fifteen taxa, included 2 exotic species of the genus Pseuderanthemum (Acanthaceae) in Thailand were studied. All studied taxa contained calcium crystals. The size of cystoliths varied even in the same species. The crystals ranged from 65 m to 300 m in...
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Arthur Francis George Kerr’s life is reviewed and related to a previously published account. Kerr’s collecting activity is analysed using an expanded version of the Thai Biogeography Group’s database of collections. 8,666 of the total 48,970 collections are Kerr’s and 3,178 are those of his colleagues and friends. Therefore, the total number of col...
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Pseuderanthemum pubescens T. Choopan & P. J. Grote, a new species from southeastern Thailand is described and illustrated. It is distinguished from P. longistylum J. B. Imlay by leaves being pubescent instead of glabrous and by the corolla lobes being purple with reddish purple dots on all 5 lobes instead of dotted on lower lip only.
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Arthur Francis George Kerr’s life is reviewed and related to a previously published account. Kerr’s collecting activityis analysed using an expanded version of the Thai Biogeography Group’s database of collections. 8,666 of the total 48,970 collections are Kerr’s and 3,178 are those of his colleagues and friends. Therefore, the total number of coll...
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Vertebrate surveys were conducted at Suranaree University of Technology (SUT), Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, from April to July 2010. Many standard methods for surveying vertebrate groups were used, including point count, direct observation, pitfall trapping, live trapping, mist netting, road survey, gill netting, and interviewing. A total of 149 ve...
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The mango (Mangifera) is the most important commercial fruit in Asia and is popular worldwide. Because of uncertainty in its origin and biogeography, the study of Mangifera could be of value in elucidating its current genetic diversity and geographical distribution. We report here two new species of compressed leaves of Mangifera (Anacardiaceae) fr...
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• Chapter 1. PaleoParks: Our paleontological heritage protected and conserved in the field worldwide • Chapter 2. The Triassic Guanling fossil Group - A key GeoPark • Chapter 3. The GeoPark of Haute-Provence, France - Geology and palaeontology protected for sustainable development • Chapter 4. The protection and use of the geological and paleontolo...
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A sediment sample dating from the Late Pleistocene from Ban Bo So, Singha Nakhon district, Songkhla province, in the Sathingpra Peninsula Of Southern Thailand was extracted for palynological study. The predominance of mangrove palynomorphs, which arc from various families including Rhizophoraceae, Sonneratiaceae, and Avicenniaceae, infers a marine...
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This paper presents the first Permian ostracod fauna discovered in Thailand. The ostracods are recovered from the Tak Fa Limestone (Middle Permian) in Phetchabun province, central Thailand. The ostracods belong to eight genera and 15 species. Four species are newly described: Sargentina phetchabunensis nov. sp., Geffenina bungsamphanensis nov. sp.,...
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A remarkable assemblage of plant and animal fossils has recently been discovered in Nakhon Ratchasima province in Northeast Thailand. The fossils were deposited in a fluvial system considered to be Middle Pleistocene in age. Plant remains include fruits, seeds, leaves, wood, tubers, amber, and pollen. The most common fruit type is preserved either...
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Mesozoic to Cenozoic petrified woods are very rich and well preserved in the Khorat Plateau, Northeast Thailand, serving as remarkable material for investigations of tropical vegetation history, paleoclimatic evolution, and paleoclimatic evolution, and paleoenvironmental changes. Out recent field survey and investigations have defined about 50 spec...
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The Bactrocera dorsalis complex (Diptera: Tephritidae) used in this study included B. dorsalis, B. arecae, B. propinqua, B. pyrifoliae, B. verbascifoliae, and three new species complexes are species E, species K and species P. Bactrocera tau was used as an out-group. A total of 424 adults, which emerged from pupae collected from natural populations...
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Natural populations of fruit flies of the Bactrocera dorsalis complex exhibit chromosomal variation based on differences in the amount and distribution of constitutive heterochromatin in the centromeric regions of the autosomes and the sex chromosomes. The chromosomal variation, coupled with differences in external morphology and host plant specifi...
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A new genus and species Gordoniopsis polysperma and two new species of Gordonia (Gordonieae, Camellioideae, Theaceae) are described based on fossil fruit and seed remains. These specimens are part of a large flora consisting of various plant organs from the middle Eocene Claiborne Formation in western Kentucky and Tennessee. Gordoniopsis is a five-...
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A new genus and species Gordoniopsis polysperma and two new species of Gordonia (Gordonieae, Camellioideae, Theaceae) are described based on fossil fruit and seed remains. These specimens are part of a large flora consisting of various plant organs from the middle Eocene Claiborne Formation in western Kentucky and Tennessee. Gordoniopsis is a five-...
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A new genus of Theaceae, Andrewsiocarpon, from the Middle Eocene of southeastern North America, is described based on fruit and seed remains. Andrewsiocarpon is a loculicidally dehiscent five-valved capsule with persistent imbricate sepals, a large central columella, and five two-seeded locules. Detailed morphological and anatomical analyses of the...
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This paper presents the first Permian ostracod fauna discovered in Thailand. The ostracods are recovered from the Tak Fa Limestone (Middle Permian) in Phetchabun province, central Thailand. The ostracods belong to eight genera and 15 species. Four species are newly described: Sargentina phetchabunensis nov. sp., Geffenina bungsamphanensis nov. sp.,...

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