Geological Superstore

Polymorphopteris polymorpha

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Family: Plants and trees

Species: polymorphopteris polymorpha

Geological Age: upper Carboniferous, coal Measures, Westphalian, 313 and 304 million years ago.

Matrix: Marl.

Location: Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK.

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Fossil remains of tree ferns within a marl matrix, ranging from red to grey. The ferns exhibited are polymorphopteris polymorpha which grew extensively during the Carboniferous period, dating them to between 313 and 304 million years old. These particular fossil specimens come from the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK and are available in various sizes, with each piece of marl exhibiting fossil leaves. Each specimen will come supplied in a card tray with an information label.

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Weight 190 g
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