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On a new form of calamitean strobilus from the Lancashire coal-measures

William Crawford Williamson

On a new form of calamitean strobilus from the Lancashire coal-measures

by William Crawford Williamson

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Published by Printed by Taylor and Francis in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleobotany -- Carboniferous.,
  • Paleobotany -- England -- Lancashire.,
  • Plants, Fossil.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProf. W.C. Williamson on a new form of calmitean strobilus.
    Statementby W.C. Williamson ....
    ContributionsLiterary and Philosophical Society of Manchester.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.[248]-265, [3] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18553462M

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On a new form of calamitean strobilus from the Lancashire coal-measures by William Crawford Williamson Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this, the strobilus had a central axis bearing whorls of sporangiophores. Alternating with the whorls of sporangiophores were whorls of sterile appendages called bracts. The sporangiophores had cruciately branched apices. The tip of each branch recurved towards the strobilar axis and had a sporangium at the tip.

modifications of the primary type-one from the Lower Coal-measures of Oldham in Lancashire, the other from those of Burntisland. In its youngest state, the Oldham form first appears as a mere twig, having a central fibro-vascular bundle enclosed in a double bark.

The vascular bundle consists entirely of vessels which are chiefly, if not wholly, of the. Paracalamostachys spadicifomis is described as a new species of calamitean cone from the lower Westphalian of Northumberland, England, from which isolated cones attached cones and associated.

sporangiophor es and so form the most voluminous struc tures in the fertile appendages (fi gs. 4 A, 6). In transverse section, the number of fertile appendages per.

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It is found as a stem with a longitudinal ribbing and, at some distance from each other, transverse lines or nodes. Magnified view of the “Section of fern stem, Coal Measures, Lancashire” shown in Figure 1.

Butterworth was adept at grinding fragile coal fossils down to remarkable thinness, permitting clear views of details.

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Full text of "Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester" See other formats. Calamites sp. Transverse section ot a petrified stem of a Calamite.

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Catalogue with description of new species. Pottsville, 4. with the Calamites rhizome next to it on the upper left. The second image has been marked to show the general orientation of the rootlets that radiated from the larger axis, and the scars on the main axis where many more rootlets were once attached can also be seen.

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