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- Object Name: Plant
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: GL1352
- Summary: A fragment of the fossil Lepidodendron sp. preserved within a mudstone matrix.
- Description: A section of dark grey, fine grained mudstone with a fragment of the fossil Lycopod, Lepidodendron sp. The specimen's surface shows a pattern of convex diamond shapes which could be the mould of the outer surface of a cone or a section of stem, however leaf scars are not clear. LT 25/04/2016
- Dimensions: Fossil - 30mm x 15mm; Matrix - 48mm x 40mm x 13mm
- Colour: Grey
- Geological Complex:
- Lepidodendron sp.?
- Associated Period:
- Carboniferous - Pennsylvanian
- For more information contact: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service