Cedrelospermum nervosum (Newberry) Manchester

  • Cedrelospermum nervosum
    Photographer: John Weinstein : Field Museum of Natural History - Photography Division
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History
    Description: Cedrelospermum nervosum (Newberry, 1883) Manchester. 1989, an extinct member of the elm family Ulmaceae. Left top) Small leaf measuring 25 millimeters long from the 18-inch layer of FBM Locality E. Specimen number FMNH PP45996. Left bottom) Winged fruit measuring 9 millimeters long from the 18-inch layer of FBM Locality A. Specimen number FMNH PP46003. Right) Branch with leaves on slab with many small white ostracods (?Hemicyprinotus) from the sandwich beds of FBM Locality K. Scale is in millimeters, and specimen is number USNM 276504.
Catalog Number: PP 45996
Taxonomic Name: Cedrelospermum nervosum (Newberry) Manchester
FM Catalog: Paleobotany
Phylum: Magnoliophyta
Order: Rosales
Family: Ulmaceae
Identified By: Dr. Steven R. Manchester : University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History
Period: Paleogene
Earliest Epoch: Eocene
Earliest Age: Ypresian
Formation: Green River
Lithology: Laminated, whitish to buff colored layers of limestone
Member: Fossil Butte
Coordinates Available?: No
Collector: L. Grande
EMu IRN: 2299740
Occurrence ID: 04b59156-31d1-40ef-89ac-c7407d368c82

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