Glossopteris

Glossopteris (Greek glossa (γλώσσα), meaning `tongue`, because the leaves were tongue-shaped) is the largest and best-known genus of the extinct order of seed ferns known as Glossopteridales (or in some cases as Arberiales or Dictyopteridiales). ==History== The Glossopteridales arose in the Southern Hemisphere around the beginning of the P.....
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Glossopteris

genus of fossil plants dating to the Late Paleozoic Era (ended about 245 million years ago). Long considered a fern after its discovery in 1824, it ... [3 related articles]
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Glossopteris

Glossopteris (from the Greek glossa,meaning tongue, because the leaves were tongue shaped) is a genus of extinct seed fern (a Pteriosperm) whose fossils are found throughout India, South America , southern Africa, Australia , and Antarctica . Glossopteris was about 12 ft (3.6 m) tall. The distribution of this fossil plant throughout the southern he...
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