Catalogue of the Palæozoic Plants in the Department of Geology and Palæontology, British Museum (Natural History).
British Museum (Natural History). Department of Geology, British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology, Robert Kidston
order of the Trustees, 1886 - Paleobotany - 288 pages
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Page 221 - ... very astute observer, and I may therefore, I think, range him on the side of those who failed to see any reason for the splitting of our commonest Lepidodendron into two species. Mr.
Page 79 - France, 3e u^r., vol. xiii., p. 140, pi. viii., fig. 4. drawn. In the plate the pinna} are represented as being of almost equal width throughout their whole length, and abruptly terminated by an odd leaflet. In the specimen which is preserved in the " Hutton Collection," the apices of all the pinnae are broken off, hence their termination, as represented in the plate (which is about two-thirds natural size), are purely imaginary. The drawing of the pinnules is also incorrect, the plant being, in...
Page 161 - The specimen now described is unquestionably not a Lomatophloios, but a true Lepidodendron." In describing his specimen, he says further (p. 468), that at the lower portion of the branch the leaf -scars have exactly the same form as those of /. selayinoides and L.