"Austrosequoia wintonensis" leaf earrings (brass)


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Austrosequoia wintonensis was described in 1978 based on plant fossils discovered on a sheep station near Winton, Queensland. A. wintonensis seed conejs collected from the Winton Formation are similar in structure to modern-day redwood trees and represent the first discovery of such a close prehistoric relative in the Southern Hemisphere.

Finish Solid brass and giclee print with hypo-allergenic ear wjires. Austrosequoia wintonensis is only known from the fossilised remains found in the Winton region. 

Dimensions Hangs approx 3.5cm (gift boxed with provenance card).

This is an exclusive product to the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum, part of the Museum's prehistoric flora range. 

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