Article: Gymnospermous wood from the Kimmeridgian of East Sutherland and from the Sandringham Sands of Norfolk
G. T. Creber
A description is given of the types of gymnospermous wood occurring in material collected from the Kimmeridgian of the East Sutherland coast. These types are compared with those collected from the Sandringham Sands of Norfolk. All of the material is described in terms ofbiorecords and events: references are made to previously described species in the form of comparison records. In traditional taxonomy some of the specimens are referable to Cedroxylon Kraus and the remainder to Pityoxylon Kraus. A close similarity is found between the two collections of wood providing a useful rough correlation of the base of the Sandringham Sands with the Kimmeridgian.