Calamites goeppertii Ettingshausen
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Description: 2018 Konecny Paleobotany fossil specimen Calamites goeppertii(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: PP 58466 [HS, M] Calamites goeppertii, Moscovian / Desmoinesian, Francis Creek Shale Member(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: PP 58466 [HS, M] Calamites goeppertii, Moscovian / Desmoinesian, Francis Creek Shale MemberCatalog Number: PP 58466Taxonomic Name: Calamites goeppertii EttingshausenFM Catalog: PaleobotanyObject Kind: Hand SpecimenLot count: 1Phylum: SphenophytaOrder: EquisetalesFamily: CalamitaceaeIdentified By: Mr. Jack Wittry : Field Museum of Natural History - GeologyPeriod: PennsylvanianEarliest Epoch: Middle PennsylvanianEarliest Age: Moscovian / DesmoinesianFormation: CarbondaleLithology: Siderite NoduleMember: Francis Creek ShaleCoordinates Available?: NoEMu IRN: 3871432Occurrence ID: 8a9aa911-9b12-467d-b312-10282e85c865
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