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Ferns are some of the earliest land plants we know of, first appearing 360 million years ago. This extinct fern lived in what is now Pfalz, Germany, during the Permian (298.9–251.9 million years ago).
The plate measures 83x52x4mm, and includes a fern leaf and other plant material. The leaf is 28mm long.
This fossil is cataloged, and was collected from the field as part of a study. An unfortunately damaged label on the underside should state the collection identification as:
Stud. Perner-Wachtler 2013
Coll. Perner Niederhausen