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HRS 76 Carboniferous, Calamites Brymbo Wrexham

Calamites were huge club mosses that grew in enormous forests some 345 million years ago in Carboniferous times. When they fell down they were often subhumed by sand from rivers and deltas, and where the continuous deposition of club mosses took place coal was formed.
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HRS 76 Carboniferous, Calamites Brymbo Wrexham