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Fig. 5

From: Labechia carbonaria Smith 1932 in the Early Carboniferous of England; affinity, palaeogeographic position and implications for the geological history of stromatoporoid-type sponges

Fig. 5

a Enlargement of the yellow box in Fig. 3 showing the structure of L. carbonaria in VS. Growth layering and the thick pillars are clearly visible (red arrows); the thin cyst plates are faintly visible, see Figs. 7 & 8; b Enlargement of the yellow box in Fig. 4 showing the structure of L. carbonaria in TS, where the pillars are sectioned transversely (red arrows). At the bottom of the picture, the pillars are sectioned obliquely. a is BGS image number P820968 of sample UKBGS.GSM51517; b is BGS image number P820974 of sample UKBGS.GSM51516. Both images are reproduced with the permission of the British Geological Survey©UKRI. All rights Reserved

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