Green River Formation Colorado Leaf Fossil
Colorado leaf fossils are fossils of ancient leaves that were preserved in the Green River rock formations in the state of Colorado. These fossils are believed to be from the Eocene period, which occurred between 56 and 34 million years ago.
These fossils are highly prized by collectors and paleobotanists because they offer a unique glimpse into the plant life of this time period. They also provide insight into the environmental conditions that existed during this era.
Many different types of leaves have been found in these Colorado leaf fossils, including those of trees, shrubs, and vines. Some of the most common types of leaves found in these fossils include oak, elm, maple, and sycamore.
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