3.3" Pennsylvanian Fossil Flora Plate - Kentucky

This is a beautiful fossil flora plate that contains both Alethopteris and Annularia fossils. This plate was collected from the Breathitt Formation of Leslie County, Kentucky. It comes from the Late Carboniferous, Pennsylvanian aged forests that formed the coal shales of Kentucky and Ohio.

Annularia is a genus and refers to the leaves or whorl of the jointed-stemmed plant, Calamites, a close relative of modern horsetails. Neuropteris is an extinct genera of seed ferns that reproduced from seed as opposed to sporophyte reproduction of most modern ferns.

Comes with an acrylic display stand.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Alethopteris sp., Neuropteris sp. & Annularia longifolia
LOCATION
Leslie County, Kentucky
FORMATION
Breathitt Formation
SIZE
3.3 x 2.1" rock
CATEGORY
ITEM
#154660
GUARANTEE
We guarantee the authenticity of all of our
specimens. Read more about our
Authenticity Guarantee.