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Cooksonia in the Williamsville Formation
Samuel J. Ciurca, Jr.



paleoresearch@yahoo.com


Friday, February 15, 2002 02:55:11 PM

Cooksonia in the Williamsville Formation of Ontario, Canada

Additional specimens of the Late Silurian vascular plant, Cooksonia, have been found associated with the eurypterid fauna: Eurypterus lacustris Fauna of the Williamsville Waterlime, Bertie Group of Ontario, Canada. An asociated form, informally termed "Bertieca" has also been collected--it consists of single and perhaps bifurcated, carbonized remains with a globular apex interpreted as a sporangiun. Contact: Samuel J. Ciurca, Jr., Rochester, New York. email: paleoresearch@yahoo.com
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