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  • Kidston, R. & Lang, W.H. (1920). On Old Red Sandstone plants showing structure, from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part II. Additional notes on Rhynia gwynne-vaughani, Kidston and Lang; with descriptions of Rhynia major, n.sp. and Hornea lignieri, n.g., n.sp., Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 52: 603–627.
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