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Todites is an extinct member of the Osmundaceae family of royal ferns. The subspecies here exposed is characterized by large bipinnate fronds bearing closely set branches on a thick main axis with slightly curved leaflets, often covered with sporangia. It occurs in upper Triassic, lower Jurassic floras in many parts of the world.
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