Psilophyton arcuatum (T.Halle) H.-J.Schweitz.
Plant Fossil Names Registry Number: PFN000229
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Author: H. J. Schweitzer
Basionym: Dawsonites arcuatus T.Halle
Reference: Schweitzer, H. -J. (1980): Die Gattungen Renalia Gensel und Psilophyton Dawson im Unterdevon des Rheinlandes. – Bonner Paläobotanische Mitteilungen 6: 1–34.
Page of description: 22
Figures: pl. 3, figs 1–9, pl. 4, figs 18–21
Note: Except the figured specimens from Röragen, several other specimens described in previous publications by different authors are assigned by Halle (1916: 24–25) to his new species. As no type is designated, all specimens, figured and unfigured, must be treated as syntypes.
Sporangium-bearing branch-systems, dividing dichotomously, or differentiated into a sympodially formed main axis and bifurcating lateral branches. Ultimate branches slender and curved, bearing terminal capsules of a narrowly obovoid or short fusiform shape and usually 3–5 mm. long.
sandstones and slates at Röragen
Plant fossil remain
macro- and meso-fossils-embryophytes except wood
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