Indian Fossil Plants


    IN 1928, Prof. Sahni produced the first part of an important work on Indian fossil plants. It dealt with the fossil coniferous plant remains found in the form of impressions and incrustations in rocks of the Gondwana System in India. The majority of the fossils described were of Mesozoic age, but there were also a few Palaeozoic species of a doubtful nature.

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    Indian Fossil Plants. Nature 127, 798–799 (1931).

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