2.9" Fossil Club Moss (Lepidododendron) Limb - Carboniferous

 
This is a well preserved 2.9" fossil scale tree (Lepidodendron) limb section from the Silesia Coal Beds, Poland. This specimen has pyrite inclusions.

Lepidodendron is a genus of extinct, primitive, vascular, tree-like plants most closely related to gill worts and and club mosses, that grew up to 30m (98 ft) and had trunks a meter (3.2 ft) in diameter.

Comes with acrylic stand.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Lepidodendron sp.
LOCATION
Upper Silesia Coal Basin, Poland
FORMATION
Orzeskie Beds
SIZE
2.9 x 1.8"
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#111644
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