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The Climates of Past Ages:1 II

Naturevolume 42pages175180 (1890) | Download Citation



WE need not enter on a detailed description of the other vegetable types of the Coal-measure formation; we can only note the abundant occurrence of tree-ferns, and the existence of not very numerous conifers, which amid this strange vegetation are the forms most nearly related to those of our present world.


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