Rhacophyton sp. (upcoming, arrives in update 2.1.0) Edit

  • Height: 2 blocks

    Rhacophyton in the wild.

  • Spreads near water
  • Time: Middle Devonian to Early Carboniferous
  • Native biome(s): None (obtain from fossils)
  • Edibility:
    • Edible to herbivores

An extinct relative of modern ferns, Rhacophyton grew during the late Devonian and early Carboniferous, around 384 - 318 million years ago. It grew in coastal areas, often near the mouths of large, slow-moving rivers.

Fossils of Rhacophyton are common in North America (especially in Red Hill, Pennsylvania), although they have also been found in Norway, Belgium, Germany and western Siberia.