XfrogPlants Sigillaria 3D model
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Sigillaria (Sigillaria scutellata)
Period: Carboniferous to early Permian
Environment : swamps and floodplain forests
Climate : warm and humid
The “twin” of Lepidodendron, Sigillaria (with it’s several species) shared with it the domination over the huge humid Carboniferous forests. Like Lepidodendron, Sigillaria has the so-called “stigmaria” Y-shaped roots, and a trunk marked by the scars of fallen leaves, which, in the case of Sigillaria, look like round marks left by a seal (hence the “Sigillaria” name). The most distinctive feature of Sigillaria was the trunk, which was also Y-shaped and ended with two thick bunches of leaves that, in adult individuals, could in turn split and become four. The fruits were hanging cones.
Model 1 specs: 35 meters
Model 2 specs: 18 meters
Model 3 specs: 12 meters