UCMP News May 2004 issue

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Fossil Magnolia leaf
A middle Eocene Magnolia from the old California gold mining region of the Sierra Nevada near Chalk Bluffs. Its modern equivalent is found today in the tropics. (photo by Diane Erwin)

Eocene fossils provide a glimpse of the future

The first in a series of “Stories from the Collections.”

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