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- Object Name: Plant
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: 005994
- Summary: A fragment of the fossilised plant Lepidodendron sp.
- Description: Fossilised remains of the bark of the plant Lepidodendron sp. a bark with a diamond shaped texture, each of these diamonds is around 7mm x 4mm an area of only 43mm x 17mm of this bark is visible on the sample, which is darkly stained sandstone of the coal measuresAW
- Field Collection Place: Netherton Hill Opencast, Netherton, Dudley, West Midlands England
- Dimensions: 155mm x 98mm x 25mm
- Colour: Black
- Geological Complex:
- Lepidodendron sp.
- Associated Period:
- Carboniferous, Pennsylvanian Westphalian b, Middle Coal Measures
- For more information contact: Dudley Museums Service