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Apr 13, 2014 4:51 PM


Hi.  I went fossil hunting today in Ossett.  I found the usual fossil wood (eg: calamites, Sigillaria, Neuropteris, Artisia, ect), but today I think I found a lepidodendron stem.  The only other lepidodendron fossil I have ever found was the root.  Why are they so rare in Ossett but so common in South Yorkshire?



Is it a lepidodendron stem/trunk or something else?



Any replies would be appreciated.








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