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GLOSSOPTERIS OCCIDENTALIS WHITE EMENDED
Sul State, permitted the reevaluation of Glossopteris occidentalis White, 1908.
VARIATION IN STOMATAL NUMBERS OF GLOSSOPTERIS
TAPHONOMY AND PALEOECOLOGY OF THE SOUTHERN
Instituto Geológico y Minero de España. TAPHONOMY AND PALEOECOLOGY OF THE SOUTHERN BRAZILIAN.
i8 The coals of southern Pangea < Suess, Gondwana, Glossopteris >
Chapter i PANGEA. The Present is the Key to the Past: HUGH RANCE. 496 i8 The coals of southern Pangea < Suess, Gondwana, Glossopteris >.
THE OCCURRENCE OF GLOSSOPTERIS FRONDS IN THE

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Scott of the Antarctic: the lies that doomed his race to the pole
Among the rocks, scientists found a fossil sample of a Glossopteris fern. "Glossopteris has big feather-shaped leaves and Scott and his men found a very small fragmentary piece.

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Glossopteris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glossopteridales
Glossopteris, the genus from which the group gets its name, is also the largest and best-known member of the Glossopteridales.
CONTINENTAL DRIFT - Paleontology and Geology Glossary
Glossopteris, a tree-like plant from the Permian Period through the Triassic Period. It had tongue-shaped leaves and was about 12 ft (3.7 m) tall.
Permian Glossopteris
Permian Glossopteris Leaf Plant Fossil.
Glossopteris (fossil plant genus) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

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