Male catkin of Cordaites tree

Male catkin of Cordaites tree

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Credit: LOUISE K. BROMAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Fossilized male catkin of a Cordaites tree found in the Pennsylvanian (Upper-Carboniferous) layers. Cordaites shoots have either male or female flowers with an inflorescence that is unisexual. Both types are commonly called Cordaianthus. Mazon Creek area, Illinois.

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Keywords: catkin, cordaianthus, cordaites, cordaites shoot, cordaites sp., cordaites tree, flower, fossil, fossil plant, fossilized, fossilized plant, fossils, inflorescence, male catkin, male flower, palaeontology, paleontology, pennsylvanian period, plant, plants, rock

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