Lepidodendron Carboniferous plants, illustration

Lepidodendron Carboniferous plants, illustration

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Credit: RICHARD BIZLEY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Illustration of Lepidodendron sp. plants at various life cycle stages. The plant develops from spores released by cone-like structures. Mature plants reached over 30 metres tall and had branches only at the very tops. Lepidodendron were related to the lycopods (club mosses). The insect shown resting on a tree trunk at lower left is a Homoioptera sp.

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