Sigillaria Fossil Wood (Nova Scotia)
$85.00 CAD $200.00 CAD
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This is a real fossilized sigillaria tree branch or trunk segment, sourced from the collection of the late Dr. Dean Axelson - founder of the Ontario Archaeological Society. It was originally found in Nova Scotia, Canada.
This petrified wood is from a primitive tree-like plant in the lycopsid (tree moss) family.
Dating back ~320-304 million years, these were some of the first tree-like plants to evolve and their undecomposed remains are a common part of the world's coalbeds.
This fossil specimen measures 8" long and can be shipped worldwide.