Treasures of The Bexhill Museum - Plants

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  • <i>Williamsonia</i>

    Williamsonia

    Sketch

  • <i>Williamsonia</i>

    Williamsonia

    Flower-like reproductive structure of Williamsonia, a bennettitalean (cycadeoid) plant. Wadhurst Clay, Ashdown Formation.

  • <i>Bucklandia</i>

    Bucklandia

    Stem of Bucklandia, a bennettitalean (cycadeoid) plant

  • <i>Bucklandia</i>

    Bucklandia

    Close-up of stem of Bucklandia

  • <i>Tempskya</i>

    Tempskya

    Sketch

  • <i>Tempskya</i>

    Tempskya

    Interior of stem of Tempskya, a tree-like fern

  • <i>Tempskya</i>

    Tempskya

    Close-up of interior of stem of Tempskya.

  • <i>Tempskya</i>

    Tempskya

    Close-up of interior of stem of Tempskya.

  • <i>Tempskya</i>

    Tempskya

    Close-up of interior of stem of Tempskya.

  • Wealden amber

    Wealden amber

    Exceptionally rare amber from Wealden Group associated with fossil fir tree. No insects were found in this specimen.

  • Wealden amber

    Wealden amber

    Exceptionally rare amber from Wealden Group associated with fossil fir tree. No insects were found in this specimen.

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  1. <i>Williamsonia</i>
  2. <i>Williamsonia</i>
  3. <i>Bucklandia</i>
  4. <i>Bucklandia</i>
  5. <i>Tempskya</i>
  6. <i>Tempskya</i>
  7. <i>Tempskya</i>
  8. <i>Tempskya</i>
  9. <i>Tempskya</i>
  10. Wealden amber
  11. Wealden amber

 

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