EVERYPlant Noes Medullosa 11 --15 Models-- 3D model
Name: Noe's Medullosa
Scientific: Medullosa noei
This Variation: 11 of 12
Habitat: Extinct plant from the Carboniferous to the early Permian Period (about 360 to 250 million years ago). It appears to have preferred floodplains and swampy ground where it grew in the prehistoric forest sub-story.
Range: Fossils have been found in North America, Europe, parts of Asia and Oceania suggesting this plant had a wide range.
Notes: These plants were small to medium-sized trees with fern-like fronds for leaves. It has no living counterpart today though superficially it resembled a modern day tree-fern. This plant is noted for having very large seeds; this, along with the size of it's pollen, has suggested to some scientists that some form of animal interventions was required to fertile and disperse the seeds. If so, then this is the earliest known instance of a plant-animal symbiosis. The exact placement of the fruit/seeds on the plant is not known, but it is thought to have been on the ends of fronds, as is depicted in this model.
Included in this Package: 15 models in total
- Standard -- 68,346 polygons -- 5.27m tall. Fully mature and in relative health. Useable in most scenes and applications.
- Distressed -- 69,412 polygons -- 5.55m tall. Showing an increased level of foliage damage and disease, as well as missing and broken foliage.
- Unhealthy -- 61,445 polygons -- 5.45m tall. In a relatively poor state with much of its foliage missing or diseased.
- Dying -- 60,015 polygons -- 5.11m tall. Plant is just hanging onto life and showing only unhealthy and diseased foliage.
- Dead -- 42,067 polygons -- 3.73m tall. Showing only bare and broken branches and dead foliage.
- Uprooted -- 55,113 polygons -- 82.36cm tall. Dead or dying plant that has fallen onto it's side.
- Ancient -- 70,032 polygons -- 6.03m tall. A very old plant, larger than normal.
- Young Mature -- 57,773 polygons -- 3.69m tall. Fully matured but not at its full height yet.
- Young -- 44,843 polygons -- 2.7m tall. Smaller plant some half way through it's maturing cycle.
- Immature -- 14,616 polygons -- 1.15m tall. Plant is small and hasn't reached its mature aspect. Many of the fronds are still showing as fiddleheads.
- Seedling -- 3,879 polygons -- 35.81cm tall. Very small and young plant showing mainly fiddleheads rather than fronds.
- No Fruit -- 66,826 polygons -- 5.27m tall. Same as the Standard model but without fruit/seeds.
- Less Fruit -- 67,566 polygons -- 5.27m tall. Same as the Standard model but with reduced fruit/seeds.
- More Fruit -- 70,688 polygons -- 5.27m tall. Same as the Standard model but with increased fruit/seeds.
- Simplified -- 59,995 polygons -- 5.27m tall. Same as Standard model but with displacmeent on the trunk. Intended for mid or distant renders.
Re-meshing available upon request, eg adaptive mesh for lower poly count (this is the default setting and is as supplied), uniform mesh for easier editing, strict quads, tris, mixed, poly increase or decrease, etc. No charge to existing customers of the product.
Many other modifications to models also available upon request. No charge to existing customers of the product.
The textures included in this pack are mainly 4k (4096x4096) to cater for detailed renders, this is the default map size and is included in each of the file format download files, no need for seperate downloads. However these may be slow to load or render on some system and may not be necessary in all situations. To allow for this, medium 2k, small 1k, and tiny <1k textures are also available and may be downloaded alongside the various model formats. Different texture sizes can simply be swapped in or out by copying the Maps sub-folder; no need to manipulate the materials in your editor. Please use whichever best suits your system and needs.
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