|Name: Glyptostrobus bilinicus
Locality: Preschen, Bohemia, The Czeck Republic
Age: Tertiary, Oligocene
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A conifer related to the Swamp Cypress, who also sheds long needles every year. The family appears for the first time
in the early Cretaceous and is very common in the Tertiary. The trunks have contributed to many of the Tertiary brown-coal layers.