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English: Base of a lycopsid showing connection with bifurcating stigmarian roots. Specimen on display at the West Virginia Geologic Survey.
Date 9 January 2007
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Author Rygel, M.C.
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39° 39′ 30.44″ N, 79° 50′ 56.24″ W

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