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English: Ancient in situ lycopsid, probably Sigillaria, with attached stigmarian roots. Specimen is from the Joggins Formation ( Pennsylvanian), Cumberland Basin, Nova Scotia.
Français : Tronc de lycopside fossilisé (probablement Sigillaria, avec collet et racines stigmariennes, trouvé dans la Formation de Joggins (Pennsylvanien), Bassin de Cumberland, Nouvelle-Écosse
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