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Steve Stonelover

What doesn't bite, leaves lots of roots and little bark?

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Steve Stonelover

Many roots of the Lepidodendron have been found here cast in fine grained, very hard sandstone.  One specimen of bark has been found that is in a repetitive diamond pattern reminiscent of scales on a tropical palm type tree.  Another one off specimen is of the interior trunk or wood of the tree--(presumably).  All of these specimens are the same type of sandstone.  This is definitely Lepidodendron country as no other fossils have been found here to date.  Pics of individual specimens will be gladly posted upon request.

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Fossildude19

Welcome to the Forum.  :) 
We love pictures - Post away! 

 

EDIT: Love the display shelves as well. :) 

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Tidgy's Dad

Hello, and a very warm welcome to TFF from Morocco. :)

I agree with Tim; more photos, please. 

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