Definition of Lycopodite. Meaning of Lycopodite. Synonyms of Lycopodite

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Definition of Lycopodite

Lycopodite
Lycopodite Ly*cop"o*dite, n. (Paleon.) An old name for a fossil club moss.

Meaning of Lycopodite from wikipedia

- Lepidodostrobophyllum (sporophylls), Sigillariostrobus Lycopsid (herbaceous) stems: Lycopodites, Selaginellites Sphenopsid leaves: Annularia, Asterophyllites Sphenopsid...
- These are considered to be stages in the evolution of microphylls. Lycopodites, an early lycopod-like fossil External mold of Lepidodendron from the...
- Lepidophloios, Sigillaria and Lepidodendron, and herbaceous forms called Lycopodites and Cormophyton; sphenopsids like Calamites a tree-like horsetail relative...
- between 140 and 100 million years ago. It has one metre long fossils of Lycopodites plants in life position. This very small site is on both sides of a public...
- Cretaceous around 140 to 100 million years ago. There are many fossils of Lycopodites, an extinct plant. This site is in three separate areas, and a lane and...
- of the Weald Clay Group. There are 1 metre (3.3 feet) high fossils of Lycopodites in upright position. The site is private land with no public access....
- Cretaceous around 130 million years ago. Upward sloping sandstone has fossil Lycopodites plants in vertical life positions. A public footpath runs through the...
- geological interest. Its sandstone bedrock containing samples of fossilised Lycopodites. "East Sus**** in Figures". East Sus**** County Council. Retrieved 26 April...
- species †Lithostrotion †Lithostrotion angustumLycopoditesLycopodites m****ii †Lycopodites pendulusLycopodites simplex †Lyginopteris †Lyginopteris bermudensiformis...
- Rhipidiocladus, Elatocladus, Schizolepis, and Podozamites. Also, Lycopsids like Lycopodites and Sellaginellities, horsetails (Sphenopsida) like Equisetum, cycads...
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