- Photographer: John Weinstein : Field Museum of Natural History - Photography Division
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Description: Psidium sp., a guava (Family Myrtaceae) berries in two stages of seed eruption from the 18-inch layer of FBM Locality A. Left) Specimen 26 millimeters high with seeds still encapsulated and on top of pod (FMNH PP54659). Right) Erupting berry (FMNH PP53580).Catalog Number: PP 53580 A+BTaxonomic Name: MagnoliophytaFM Catalog: PaleobotanyPhylum: MagnoliophytaIdentified By: Dr. Ian J. Glasspool : Colby College - Geology DepartmentPeriod: PaleogeneEarliest Epoch: EoceneEarliest Age: YpresianFormation: Green RiverMember: Fossil ButteCoordinates Available?: NoRegion/Area: Fossil LakeCountry: United States of AmericaState/Province/Territory: WyomingCounty: LincolnTownship: KemmererCollector: L. GrandeEMu IRN: 2303535Occurrence ID: 37357214-fa02-4229-9050-f909415a33c1
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