Sigillaria Carboniferous plant, illustration

Sigillaria Carboniferous plant, illustration

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Credit: RICHARD BIZLEY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Sigillaria sp. plant, illustration. Sigillaria were tree-like plants related to clubmosses and quillworts. They grew up to 30 metres high. Some had a forked trunk at the top as shown here. Sigillaria were found in coal swamps during the Carboniferous Period (354-290 million years ago).

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