Baragwanathia longifolia One of the earliest known vascular plants (see TRACHEOPHYTA). During the Devonian and Carboniferous, the lycopods (club mosses) reached the peak in their diversification. B. longifolia was an early representative of the family Drepanophycaceae (class Lycopsida) and is known from the Lower Devonian.
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