The microfloral record evidenced in borehole 575 Cetea is very rich, consisting of 114 taxa, some of them being new species for the Tertiary of Romania. At the same time, it includes species of Eggenburgian age of the host rocks. The whole microflora assemblage suggests a forest-type vegetation developed in a warm, subtropical climate, characteristic for the Eggenburgian age of the Early Miocene. The Eggenburgian of Romania shows the same microfloral features as the Eggenburgian of Central Paratethys.
Petrescu, I.; Popa, M.; and Bican-Brișan, N.
The presence of Lower Miocene (Eggenburgian) in borehole 575 Cetea (East of Borod Basin, NW Romania),
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