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      XVII.—On the Primary Structure of certain Palæozoic Stems with the Dadoxylon Type of Wood

      Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
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          Abstract

          In a Note published in the Annals of Botanyfor December 1899, I gave some account of the structure of two stems from the Lower Carboniferous of Scotland, provisionally named Araucarioxylon fasciculare, sp. nov., and A. antiquum, Kr. (Witham, sp.).

          In the present paper these stems are described fully, with the help of illustrations, and others, presenting similar points of interest, are added. The species dealt with are the following:—

          Calamopitys fascicularis( Araucarioxylon fasciculareof the Note).

          Calamopitys beinertiana( Araucarioxylon beinertianum, Kr.), (Göpp., sp.).

          Pitys antiqua, Witham ( Araucarioxylon antiquum, Kr. of the Note).

          Pitys Withami( Pinites Withami, Lindl. & Hutt.).

          Pitys primœva, Witham.

          Dadoxylon Spenceri, sp. nov.

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          Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
          Trans. R. Soc. Edinb.
          Cambridge University Press (CUP)
          0080-4568
          1905
          July 6 2012
          1905
          : 40
          : 02
          : 331-365
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          10.1017/S0080456800034359
          4aa2561f-c94d-4bda-871d-5f13659ef44f
          © 1905
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