Specimen USGS 11600.1 is in the left of the above image.
Latitude: 56.268889° N
Longitude: -158.659722° W
Chignik (B-2) Quad.
Collected by R.A. Spicer and J.A. Wolfe.
Floodpain swamp. Lower part of Tolstoi Formation.
Leaf: simple; symmetrical; narrow ovate; apex missing; base missing but probably rounded or obtuse; margin serrate with small, teeth very widely spaced, tooth apex acute, sinuses rounded, apical side of tooth very short concave, basal side very long convex; venation pinnate, craspedodromous; primary vein moderate, straight; secondary veins arising at an acute angle (60°) from midvein and uniformly curving apically towards margin where they form the midvein veins of the teeth; intersecondary veins present; detail of the tertiary veins and higher orders unclear but tertiaries probably simple, transverse percurrent.
This leaf has a coriaceous appearance with a pustulose surface. The teeth may well have terminated in a small spine. The relationships of this leaf are uncertain. The prominent intersecondary veins strongly suggest a magnoliidean form while the teeth, even though it is impossible to confirm that they are Monimioid, suggest an affinity with the Laurales.