Archaeopteridales

Archaeopteridales

[‚ärk·ē‚äp·tə′rīd·ə·lēz]
(paleobotany)
An order of Upper Devonian sporebearing plants in the class Polypodiopsida characterized by woody trunks and simple leaves.
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Comparable to the concept of Archaeopteridales of Rothwell and Serbet (1994), with characters scored as described by Beck and Wight (1988).