<IT>Mabelia connatifila</IT>, one of the triurid taxa represented by exquisitely preserved flowers found in the Cretaceous Raritan Formation of New Jersey. <IT>Mabelia</IT> is portrayed in a reconstructed habitat of leaf litter that includes remains of the fern <IT>Boodlepteris</IT>, hamamelids, and conifers (<IT>Brachyphyllum</IT>).
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