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Metasequoia occidentalis Chaney, 1951

Metasequoia occidentalis Chaney, 1951
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Metasequoia occidentalis Chaney, 1951
Metasequoia occidentalis Chaney, 1951
Metasequoia occidentalis Chaney, 1951

Products description

Here is a beautiful plate with two Metasequoia branches.
The branches themselves are about 62 and 38 mm long.

The Tree genus Metasequoia was until the discovery of a relict population in 1941 in China only known from fossil specimens. The  dawn redwood is a classical example of a living fossil.
The today living species Metasequoia glyptostroboides all the year green. The short branches with the nedels become red- brown when the fall in autumn.

 
 

Location:

Beaverhead County, Montana 
Size of Matrix:about 100 x 89 mm
Age:Oligocene , Muddy Creek Formation (ca. 34 Mill. Jahre)

Shipping time: 3-4 Days
Product no.: 11129
22,95 EUR
7 % VAT incl.