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diver- sity of these flora declines to the northward and north- westward direction from the equator. Their quantity de- creases towards the north of Egypt, Sinai, Libya, Tunisia, and Morocco and also to the south of Patagonia and Mad- agascar, where bisaccate and trisaccate pollen are dom- inating. According to Herngreen and Chlonova (1981), the species diversity of the elater-bearing sporomorphs is thriving in the axial zone of the mid-Cretaceous ASA microfloral province, which is close to the palaeoequator as reconstructed by Phillips and Forsyth (1972

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