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      XXVI.—On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure, from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part III. Asteroxylon Mackiei, Kidston and Lang

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          Asteroxylon Mackieiwas a plant of more complicated organisation and larger size than eitherRhyniaorHornea, which have been described from the silicified peat-bed at Rhynie in the two preceding papers of this series. The generic name refers to the stellate outline of the xylem of the stem as seen in cross section, while the specific name commemorates the original discovery of the plant remains by Dr Mackie.

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          LeStauropteris oldhamiaBinney et les Cœnoptéridées1à la lumière de la théorie du mériphyte2

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            Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
            Trans. R. Soc. Edinb.
            Cambridge University Press (CUP)
            0080-4568
            September 1920
            July 2012
            : 52
            : 03
            : 643-680
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            10.1017/S0080456800004506
            e9ec1089-8eaa-4cd7-9637-a9d98daad6fe
            © 1920
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