48,00 €
SKU: FH309
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Spectacular piece of ± 14 × 7,5 cms perfectly preserved. with multiple sheets. They are not painted or highlighted, is the oxidation of minerals that gives them these colors

 

Family fossil Glossopteridales are a group of seed plants that arose during the Permian in the big southern continent of Gondwana .These plants went on to become a dominant part of the flora of the South during the Permian, although reduced to extinction the late Triassic Period.

 

 

 

lower Permian

 Dunedoo, NSW AUSTRALIA