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|E. L. Bamforth and G. M. Narbonne 2009||Decimeter-scale, multibranched fossil consisting of numerous ovate to lanceolate leaflets arranged in a radial configuration about an elongate basal basal rod. Leaflets with prominent, flexible central stalks bearing multiple primary branches emerging sub-perpendicularly along the length of the central stalk, alternately branching on either side. Secondary branches emerging perpendicularly to and along the length of each primary branch.|
|M. D. Brasier et al. 2012||Frond bipolar, comprising two rows of primary branches emanating alternately from a central axis, which may be displayed (Figs 7A–B and 8G). Inflation of first-order branches is proximal, and inflation of second-order branches is also proximal. First-order branches show sub- parallel alignments of units with displayed structure, with both furled and freely overlapping margins. Second-order branches are often poorly preserved, but are seemingly rotated and furled, and possess subparallel alignments. A basal disc is not seen.|