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An Extinct Lichen from the Mesozoic of the Rajmahal Hills, Jharkhand, India


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1 Kath Mandi, Narnaul 123001, India
2 College Education, Bikaner Division, Bikaner - 334001, India
 

The present paper deals with the description of an extinct aggregate lichen as petrifaction in a silicified chert of Nipania in the Rajmahal Hills, Jharkhand, India.

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Mesozoic, Petrified Complicated Lichen, Rajmahal Hills.
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Authors

B. D. Sharma
Kath Mandi, Narnaul 123001, India
R. Harsh
College Education, Bikaner Division, Bikaner - 334001, India

Abstract


The present paper deals with the description of an extinct aggregate lichen as petrifaction in a silicified chert of Nipania in the Rajmahal Hills, Jharkhand, India.

Keywords


Mesozoic, Petrified Complicated Lichen, Rajmahal Hills.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20324/nelumbo%2Fv62%2F2020%2F155471