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Definition of Calamites
CalamiteCalamite Cal"a*mite, n. [L. calamus a reed: cf. F. calamite.]
A fossil plant of the coal formation, having the general form
of plants of the modern Equiseta (the Horsetail or Scouring
Rush family) but sometimes attaining the height of trees, and
having the stem more or less woody within. See Acrogen, and
Meaning of Calamites from wikipedia
- part of a united
the name Calamites
in po****r culture. Calamites correctly refers
only to casts
of the stem of Carboniferous/Permian...
- extinct plants
of the genus Calamites
in the order
is a form taxon
. In that species, the leaves...
- vegetation, with many species
of trees, bushes, creepers, etc. Thickets
seem to have favored
and waterways. Lycopsid
- The pont de la Calamité
was a covered bridge
in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada. Among
the last in Quebec, 34 covered bridges
- and warm. Extensive swamps developed
with mosses, ferns, horsetails
. Air-breathing arthropods evolved
the land where
were tree ferns. The Equisetales included
the common giant
, with a trunk diameter
of 30 to 60 cm (24 in) and a height
of up to 20 m...
were large trees reaching
to 30 m (98 ft) tall. The genus Calamites
of the family
Calamitaceae, for example, is abundant
in coal deposits...
- best known examples
of pith casts
are in the Carboniferous Sphenophyta
) and cordaites
- pomander, two ounces
of the purest
labdanum, an ounce
each of Styrax calamites
resin, half an ounce
of the rose tablets, one ounce
- of bald cypress, living
soils. The tree-like calamites
, distant relatives
in coal swamps
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