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Pecopteris Fern Fossil

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Author: Kentuckiana Mike
Date: 2020-06-28 22:26:00
Blog: Louisville Area Fossils
URL: https://louisvillefossils.blogspot.com/2020/06/pecopteris-fern-fossil.html

Summary:

As of June 2020, on display at the  New Harmony Indiana USA Working Men's Institute Museum & Library was this Pecopteris fern fossil. The fossil dates to Pennsylvanian Period. Specimen accession number WMI 300.7 and is part of the James Sampson collection. Fossil found in the Bond Formation at the Rush Creek locality of Posey County, Indiana, USA. New Harmony was named by Robert Owen in 1825

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