Ancient Species -
Progymnosperms

Progymnosperm (archeopterix(Progymnosperms were plants which propagated by means of spores (like ferns) but had wooden stems, like the flowering plants which appeared about 75 million years later.

Progymnosperms first appeared in the middle of the Devonian Period (about 375 million years ago). Some grew to be tall trees.

Progymnosperms were probably the ancestors of seed plants.

 

 

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Leptophloeum sp, Barraba NSW Australia, Plant Fossil 272g

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Fossil Amber Dominican Republic Pliocene (EA6635) plant gem resin

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Leptophloeum sp, Barraba NSW Australia, Plant Fossil 225g

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Fly with Eggs, Caterpillar, Plants in Colombian Copal Amber Fossil LARGE 45.6 g

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Very RARE Large Plant Sprig Leaf in Burmite Amber Fossil Gemstone Dinosaur Age

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Dicroidium sp. fern frond, Fossil plant, Nymboida NSW Australia

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