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- 1079–1082. doi:10.1130/G31182.1. Moisan, Philippe & Voigt, Sebastian (2013). "Lycopsids from the Madygen Lagerstätte (Middle to Late Tri****ic, Kyrgyzstan, Central...
- stems: Artisophyton, Megaphyton Lycopsid tree stems and leafy shoots: Cyperites, Lepidodendron, Ulodendron Lycopsid tree stems: Asol****, Bothrodendron...
- rocks. They represent the underground rooting structures of coal forest lycopsid trees such as Sigillaria and Lepidodendron. These swamp forest trees grew...
- Drepanophycales is an order of extinct lycopsid plants of ?Late Silurian to Late Devonian age (around 430 to 360 million years ago), found in North America...
- arborescent (tree-like) plants. It was a lycopodiophyte, and is related to the lycopsids, or club-mosses, but even more closely to quillworts, as was its ****ociate...
- tree-like plants, also known as scale trees, related to the quillworts and lycopsids (club mosses). They were part of the coal forest flora. They sometimes...
- the earliest Kasimovian by a major, abrupt extinction of the dominant lycopsids and a change to tree fern-dominated ecosystems. This is confirmed by a...
- gymnosperms originated in the late Carboniferous period, replacing the lycopsid rainforests of the tropical region. This appears to have been the result...
- Baragwanathia is a genus of extinct lycopsid plants of Late Silurian to Early Devonian age (427 to 393 million years ago), fossils of which have been found...
- Devonian of Wisconsin. Fossil in situ lycopsid, probably Sigillaria, with attached stigmarian roots. Base of a fossil lycopsid showing connection with stigmarian...
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