- Photographer: Dov Scher : Field Museum of Natural History
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Description: Euphorbia leaf cf. Aleurites glandulosa Early Eocene (50 million years ago) Wyoming, USA Geology Specimen # PP43961 Individual Green River fossil specimens.Catalog Number: PP 43961Taxonomic Name: Aleurites glandulosaFM Catalog: PaleobotanyObject Kind: Hand SpecimenPhylum: MagnoliophytaPeriod: PaleogeneEarliest Epoch: EoceneEarliest Age: YpresianFormation: Green RiverMember: Fossil ButteCoordinates Available?: NoRegion/Area: Fossil LakeCountry: United States of AmericaState/Province/Territory: WyomingCounty: LincolnTownship: KemmererEMu IRN: 2297563Occurrence ID: 96e49ef0-0abe-4b47-98e9-3132bc227ce0
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