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Aachenosaurus

Abies milleri

Acer alaskense

Acer ashwilli

Acer browni

Acer castorrivularis

Acer chaneyi

Acer clarnoense

Acer dettermani

Acer douglasense

Acer hillsi

Acer ivanofense

Acer kenaicum

Acer latahense

Acer palaeorufinerve

Acer republicense

Acer rousei

Acer smileyi

Acer stewarti

Acer stonebergae

Acer taurocursum

Acer toradense

Acer traini

Acer washingtonense

Actinidia oregonensis

Alethopteris

Annularia

Antarctoxylon

Araucaria mirabilis

Araucarioxylon

Araucarites sanctaecrucis

Asterotheca

Azolla primaeva

Baieroxylon

Banksia archaeocarpa

Banksia kingii

Banksia longicarpa

Banksia novae-zelandiae

Banksia strahanensis

Banksieaeformis

Banksieaeidites

Banksieaephyllum

Bennettitales

Bennettites

Botrychiopsis

Brachyphyllum

Buriadia

Buriadiaceae

Bükkábrány mummified forest

Caia (plant)

Calamitaceae

Calamites

Callipteridium

Callistophytaceae

Callistophytales

Calocedrus huashanensis

Carya washingtonensis

Caytoniales

Chamaecyparis eureka

Cheirolepidiaceae

Cheirophyllum

Chiropteris

Cladophlebis

Cordaicarpus

Cordaitales

Cordaites

Coricladus

Cornus clarnensis

Coryloides

Corylus johnsonii

Cunninghamites

Cunninghamites elegans

Cycadeoidaceae

Cycadeoidea

Dillhoffia

Diplopora oregonensis

Diploporus

Dorycordaites

Drewria

Droserapites

Droserapollis

Droseridites

Emplectopteridaceae

Eohostimella

Eorhynia

Equisetum thermale

Fischeripollis

Florissantia

Gangamopteris

Gigantopterid

Ginkgo adiantoides

Ginkgo apodes

Ginkgo cranei

Ginkgo digitata

Ginkgo dissecta

Ginkgo gardneri

Ginkgo ginkgoidea

Ginkgo huttonii

Ginkgo yimaensis

Ginkgoites

Glossopteridales

Glossopteris

Hamatophyton

Hamatophyton verticillatum

Hollandophyton

Hostinella

Hymenaea allendis

Hymenaea mexicana

Hymenaea protera

Jugumella

Kaokoxylon

Kardiasperma

Karkeniaceae

Kawizophyllum

Langeria

Leefructus

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Lepidodendron

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Lyginopteris

Macivera

Macroneuropteris

Medullosales

Mesocyparis

Metasequoia foxii

Monanthesia

Nelumbo aureavallis

Nematoplexus

Neocalamites

Neomariopteris

Neuropteris

Neviusia dunthornei

Nilssonia (plant)

Noeggerathia

Noeggerathiales

Orontium wolfei

Osmunda wehrii

Osmundites

Pachypteris

Pagiophyllum

Palaeoraphe

Paleopanax

Palmoxylon

Pannaulika

Paradinandra

Pecopteris

Peltandra primaeva

Phyllotheca

Phyllothecaceae

Phytoclast

Pinus driftwoodensis

Pinus matthewsii

Pinus peregrinus

Protosphagnum

Psaronius

Psilophytopsida

Qataniaria

Remyophyton

Rhus malloryi

Rhus rooseae

Rotafolia

Rotafolia songziensis

Roystonea palaea

Salopella

Samaropsis

Sassafras hesperia

Sawdoniales

Saxonipollis

Schmeissneria

Sequoia affinis

Sequoiadendron chaneyi

Sigillaria

Solaranthus

Sommerxylon

Sphenobaiera

Sphenophyllales

Sphenopteris

Steganotheca

Stephanophyllites

Stigmaria

Stonebergia

Tarrantia

Taxus masonii

Tempskya

Tietea singularis

Tilia johnsoni

Torreya clarnensis

Trochodendron drachuckii

Trochodendron nastae

Utrechtiaceae

Voltziales

Wessiea

Williamsoniaceae

Xingxueanthus

Xylocaryon

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Lancaster Eagle Gazette

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Sat, 18 Jul 2015 14:56:15 -0700

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Ames Tribune
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The wonderful bounty driving our entire way of life was created by countless cycles of growth and death of prehistoric plants and animals coupled with massive shifts in land and water regimes. These conditions cannot be replicated in the short term.

Straight.com (blog)

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Fri, 17 Jul 2015 16:02:00 -0700

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Muscatine Journal

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Fri, 17 Jul 2015 22:04:28 -0700

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Nature.com
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Papua New Guinea Today

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Sun, 03 May 2015 18:00:09 -0700

Thus is the question raised after various documented and prehistoric sites with its unique species of animals and plants found in Papua New Guinea. “World Heritage listed pre-historic Kuk Agricultural Site dated back some 7000 years and Yuku Rock ...
 
AL.com (blog)
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