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English: Plants of the Carboniferous age
Deutsch: Steinkohlenformation II

1. Zahnfarn (Odontopteris).

2. Schuppenbaum ( Lepidodendron).

3. Cordaites borassifolia.

4. Pecopteris cyathea.

5. Kalamiten.

6. Sigillaria.

7. Stigmarienform einer Sigillarie mit Wurzeln im Wasser.

8. Blattstern von Annularien.
Date 1885-1890
Source Meyers Konversationslexikon.
Author Bibliographisches Institut
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