Carboniferous 290-354

A period denoted by the abundant coal fossils. Land based creatures started to flourish and live amongst the ferns and conifers that had covered the planet.

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Half nodules containing seed fern fronds from Neuropteris. They are a mix of positive and negative images of the plant and each one has several fronds. They were collected from the now closed for collecting 'Crock Hey' pit in Lancashire. Specifically they are from the Wigan 2ft coal seam which dates them to the Westphalian stage of the Carboniferous. They are aged around 310 million years old and the nodules measure around 40 - 50mm at their longest. You will receive one of the nodules shown or similar.
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