Lepidodendron selaginoides Important species of Palaeozoic plant, characterized by a dichotomous branching, by diamond-shaped leaf scars, and by large cones. During the Upper Carboniferous, Lepidodendron species flourished on several continents and the trunks grew up to 30 m before branching. See also LYCOPSIDA.
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