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Taxodioxylon gypsaceum (Goppert) Krausel - the new identification of the Miocene tree trunk in the front of the Turow Brown-Coal Mine Office Building

, : Taxodioxylon gypsaceum (Goppert) Krausel - the new identification of the Miocene tree trunk in the front of the Turow Brown-Coal Mine Office Building. Wiadomosci Botaniczne 42(2): 81-85

The wood anatomy of this specimen from Turow, Poland, is described, and has led to its identification as the fossil species Taxodioxylon gypsaceum.

Accession: 003292833

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