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Jméno
   Pšenička, J.
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   Anatomically preserved compressions from the tuff bed of the Whestone Horizon at the Doubrava locality (Bolsovian, Late Pennsylvanian), Czech Republic
   Carboniferous ferns from Boslovian, Kladno formation, Czech Republic
   A comparison of pecopterids from several European localities and Canada (Asturian-Stephanian)
   Composition and structure of an in situ Middle Pennsylvanian peat-forming plant assemblage buried in volcanic ash, Radnice Basin (Czech Republic)
   Cuticles and spores of Senftenbergia plumosa (Artis) Bek and Pšenička from the Carboniferous of Pilsen Basin, Bohemian Massif
   Description of synangia and spores of the holotype of the Carboniferous fern Lobatopteris miltoni, with taxonomic comments
   The First Evidence of a Botryopterid Compression fern from the Pennsylvanian of Czech Republic
   Functional groups of fossil marattialeans: chemotaxonomic implications for Pennsylvanian tree ferns and pteridophylls
   The general view of compression Acithea species from Canada-Czech Republic-France (Westphalian D-Stephanian)
   GPS regional network West SUDETEN - A westward wide-ranging extension of present SUDETEN network
   In situ spores from Pennsylvanian ferns from Upper Silesian basin (Czech Republic, Poland)
   Kapradiny hornoslezské pánve a jejich spory in situ
   A Middle Pennsylvanian (Bolsovian) peat-forming forest preserved in situ in volcanic ash of the Whetstone Horizon in the Radnice Basin, Czech Republic
   Middle Pennsylvanian pioneer plant assemblage buried in situ by volcanic ash-fall, central Bohemia, Czech Republic
   A new late Westphalian fossil marattialean fern from Nova Scotia
   New permanent GPS observatories Sněžka (SNEZ) and Biskupská kupa (BISK)
   New permanent GPS observatories Sněžka (SNEZ) and Biskupská kupa (BISK)
   A new reproductive organ Echinosporangites libertite gen. and sp. nov. and its spores from the Pennsylvanian (Bolsovian) of the Pilsen Basin, Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic
   Oligocarpia bellii in situ reproductive spores, and cuticles (fern sphenopterid, Late Pennsylvanian), Sydney Coalfield, Nova Scotia, Canada
   Pecopterids of Czech and Canadian Basins (Pennsylvanian)
   Progress Report on Late Pennsylvanian pecopterid palaeobiology: Czech Republic-Canada
   A reassessment of the taxonomy of Oligocarpia bellii (Late Pennsylvanian, Sydney Coalfield, Nova Scotia, Canada)
   Regional geodynamic network "WEST SUDETEN"
   Regional geodynamic network "West Sudeten"
   Regional geodynamics network "West Sudeten". A westward wide-ranging extension of present "East Sudeten" network
   Reproductive organs and anatomical structures of Zeilleria Zodrovii sp. nov. from the Late Pennsylvanian of the Pilsen Basin, Czech Republic
   Reproductive organs and anatomical structures of Zeilleria zodrovii sp. nov. from the Late Pennsylvanian of the Pilsen Basin, Czech Republic
   Selaginella-like cones and their spores from central and western Bohemian Carboniferous continental basins of the Czech Republic
   Senftenbergia plumosa (Artis) emend. and its spores from the Carboniferous of the Kladno and Pilsen Basins, Bohemian Massif, and some related and synonymous taxa
   Structure of the mid-Westphalian peat-forming rain forest preserved in volcanic ash from the continental basins of central and western Bohemia
   Taxonomic revision of the Palaeozoic marattialean fern Acithea Schimper
   Tenchovia bulgariaensis gen. et sp. nov. from the Pennsylvanian of the Dobrudzha Coalfield, Bulgaria
   T.sup.0./sup. peat-forming plant assemblage preserved in growth position by volcanic ash-fall: A case study from the Middle Pennsylvanian of the Czech Republic
   Two contrasting single-aged peat-forming plant asemblages preserved in situ in the middle Westphalian volcanis ash bed, Czech Republic
   Two new permanent GPS observatories in the Czech Republic - Sněžka and Biskup
   Two new permanent GPS observatories in the Czech Republic - Sněžka and Biskupská kupa
   Two new species of Sonapteris gen.nov. (Botryopteridaceae) based on compressions from the Upper Carboniferous /Bolsovian-Westphalian D) of the Pilsen Basin, Bohemian Massif