- n. 1. (Paleon.
- A long-leaved specimen of Lepidodendron
- Lepidodendron obovatum Sternberg var. grandifolium var. nov.
- On the Anatomical Structures of the Lepidodendralean Stem
- “Lepidodendron” tripunctatumfrom Coal Balls of Taiyuan.
- <i>Lingula</i> associated with <i>Lepidodendron</i>
- interesting specimens of a Lingula, associated with Lepidodendron, discovered by him near Orange, in beds that he believes to be of. Upper Devonian age.
- Diaphorodendron, gen. nov., a Segregate from Lepidodendron
- Circumscription of this new genus leaves Lepidodendron Diaphorodendron and Lepidodendron differ in.
- Exciting finds at Dolwyddelan archaeological dig
- “The oldest artefact found was a three million-year-old lepidodendron fossil. “The excavations have cost in the region of £117000, including grants of £6500; the rest has been voluntary.
- Lepidodendron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Lepidodendron (also known as the "Scale tree") is an extinct genus of primitive, vascular, arborescent (tree-like) plant related to the Lycopsids (club mosses).
- Lepidodendron -- the "Scale Tree"
- The "scale tree" was prolific during the Carboniferous Period (360 to 286 million years ago).
- LEPIDODENDRON FOSSILS
- Lepidodendron fossils are usually nothing more than a fragment of a flat bark imprint in broken rock. Stem sections are rare in three dimension.
- Drawing of a club-moss tree from the carboniferous and links to photographs of its fossils.
- Lepidodendron sp.
- Lepidodendron sp. is bark of the "Lepidodendron tree". The diamond shaped pattern represents the scars from leaves that were shed.
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