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This Eocene (50 million year old) dicot, a broad-leaved tree, lived in what is now Apple Springs, Texas, probably when the Western Interior Seaway was beginning to close to create the Great Plains.
This petrified wood slice was found in the Yegua Formation, in Trinity County, Texas. The Yegua geologic formation preserves fossils dating back to the Paleogene period. It measures 250x190x22mm.