Alethopteris sp.

Alethopteris
Alethopteris Alethopteris
Alethopteris sp.
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Alethopteris is an extinct plant from the carboniferous through to the cretaceous. High quality which display very detailed preservation of individual leaves within the mudstone matrix. supplied with a white card tray and information label

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Alethopteris is an extinct plant genus which existed from the carboniferous through to the lower cretaceous. It belongs to the class "Pteridospermatophyta", which are essentially seeded ferns that ceased to exist past the KT mass extinction event 66 m.a. These samples are high quality specimens, which - in some cases - display very detailed preservation of individual leaves within the mudstone matrix. Found in the carboniferous beds of Radstock, Somerset, UK, these specimens are available in a number of sizes and styles and come supplied with a white card tray and information label.
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