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Article: Epidermal studies in the interpretation of Lepidodendron species

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 13
Part: 1
Publication Date: March 1970
Page(s): 145 173
Author(s): B. A. Thomas
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THOMAS, B. A. 1970. Epidermal studies in the interpretation of Lepidodendron species. Palaeontology13, 1, 145–173.

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Thirteen species of Lepidodendron are described including two new species L. arberi and L. barnsleyense. Details of the epidermis are given and its use in species distinction and classification is considered. Cuticle information about secondary growth is also discussed.
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