|Here is a good example of a rare fossil plant from the lower Silurian of Wales.|
This specimen belongs likely to the genus Manitobia or Inocaulis, Rhizomorphia or similar Taxa. This is likely not a land plant but the massive preservation of the carbonized fossil substance is remarkable. There is even a fibrous like structure visible.
|Buttington, Powys, Wales, UK|
|Size of plate:||about 110 x 70 mm|
|Age:||Silurian, Llandovery, Telychian Stage, Tarannon Formation (about 438 Ma)|