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- adjective (Bot.) Fucoid.
- adjective (Geol.) Containing impressions of fossil fucoids or seaweeds.
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- adjective botany
- adjective geology Containing
impressionsof fossilfucoids or seaweeds.
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I have seen what I deemed fucoidal markings dimly impressed on the planes of some of the strata, not in the carbonaceous form so common in the other two formations, but as mere colored films of a deeper red than the surrounding matrix.
All that could be said was, that they seemed fucoidal, and might of course belong to any age.
a long, smooth stem, which, though it threw off, in the alternate order, numerous branches at least half as stout as itself, preserved its thickness for considerable distances without diminution, -- a common fucoidal characteristic.
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