Woods of the Eocene Nut Beds Flora, Clarno Formation, Oregon, USA. E. A. Wheeler and S. R. Manchester. 2002. IAWA Journal, Supplement 3, 188 p.

The middle Eocene age Clarno Nut Beds Flora in north-central Oregon is one of the most significant fossil plant assemblages in the northern hemisphere, with abundant and diverse, often exquisitely preserved, fossil fruits, seeds, leaves, and woods. There are few other fossil plant assemblages that can compare to the Nut Beds in taxonomic diversity, quality of preservation, and sheer beauty of the fossils. The Nut Beds assemblage is unusual in that it contains fossil leaves...

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