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- n. A variety of coal, derived from colonial algae, that looks like carbonaceous shale
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Boghead coal. See coal.
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Permian kerogens from Autun, Fr., and Carboniferous and Permian torbanite from Scotland, Australia, and South Africa appear to consist almost exclusively of Botryococcus colonies, as does Recent post-Pleistocene coorongite from
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