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The spheres range from 110 to 140 microns in diameter, and usually occur in clustered Chlorellopsis coloniata is shell of interlocking grains of colonies although rarely in chains genus Chlorella. The genus is named from the living BRYOPHYTA Fossil remains of the Bryophyta are rare, a fact which may seem strange in view of their abundance at the present time but which is not difficult to explain when the very fragile nature of the plant body is considered. was known concerning liverworts in the PaleoThe names Palaeohepatica and Marchantites had thalloid objects bearing some superficial resemblance to Until 1925 very and Mesozoic.

It seems not impossible that Nematothallus may ultimately prove to be the leaftike appendage of Prototaxites. In the Lower Devonian of Germany impressions of fan^shaped appendages of the Psygmophyllum type were once assigned to trunks believed to represent Prototaxites, and the plant was desc :v> ed as Prototaxites psygmophylinclusion by Professor basis of the similarity THE NONVASCULAK PLANTS 53 Dr. H0eg, who has recently reexamined the material, believes, loides. however, that the trunk of P.

B) (A) Fia. 18. tissues of -(A) Palaeomycea Asteroxyli. Asteroxylon Mackiei. Hyphae and Rhyme chert. A shale, Aberdeenshire, hyphae in the secondary wood tracheids X 200. Upper Devonian. Indiana. (B) Non-septate fungous New Albany vesicles in the disintegrated cortical Scotland. X 200. of Callixylon Newberryi. of leaf spots resembling the aecial, uredinial, and telial Pucciniaceae have been observed on foliage of Upper Cretaceous and Cenozoic plants. These have received such names as The latter has been* reported Puccinites, Aecid-ites, and Teleutosporitcs.

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