Fossil Leaf (Williamsonia sp.)

Fossil Leaf (Williamsonia sp.)

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Caption: Fossil of a Williamsonia leaf from the Middle Jurassic Period. Williamsonia had hermaphroditic flowers and grew in marshy conditions. It is related to modern-day cycads. This leaf is preserved as a thin carbon film on sandstone.

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Keywords: bennettitales, carbon film, carbonization, cycadophyte, extinct plant, fossil, fossilized leaf, gymnospermopsida, jurassic period, leaf fossil, mesozoic era, middle jurassic, palaeontological, palaeontology, paleontology, pinnate leaves, pinnately compound, plant fossil, prehistoric flora, sandstone matrix, spermatophyta, spermatopsida, williamsonia, williamsoniaceae

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