Lepidodendron sternbergii, extinct tree, artwork. This plant dates from the Carboniferous period (360 to 280 million years ago). It grew to heights of around 40 metres and is one of the more common fossilised plants to be found from the time. Modern descendants include club mosses and spikemosses. Artwork taken from Mines and Miners L. Simonin 1868.
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