Dataset: ASU-PBC
Search Criteria: Germany; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Fossil Plant Collection


ASU:PBC
203   
Germany, Rhineland, Brohl Valley near Andernach

ASU:PBC
Aneurophyton germanicum Krausel & Weyland
204   
Germany, Rhineland, Blombach near Wuppertal-Barmen

ASU:PBC
Duisbergia mirabilis Krausel & Weyland
202   
Germany, Rhineland, Bergisches Land

ASU:PBC
Aneurophyton germanicum Krausel & Weyland
205   
Germany, Rhineland

ASU:PBC
unidentified n/a
201   
Germany, Rhineland, Alken on Mosel

ASU:PBC
Aneurophyton germanicum Krausel & Weyland
206c   
Germany, Rhineland, Blombach near Wuppertal-Barrmen

ASU:PBC
Taeniocrada dubia Krausel & Weyland
199   
Germany, Rhineland, Alken on Mosel

ASU:PBC
Aneurophyton germanicum Krausel & Weyland
207   
Germany, Rhineland

ASU:PBC
210   
Germany, Rhineland, MĂĽnchshecke near Siegburg

ASU:PBC
Zosterophyllum rhenanum Krausel & Wehland
209   
Germany, Rhineland


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Google Map

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