Bjuvia (Bjuvia simplex)
Period: Permian to Triassic
Environment : open and sunny planes
Climate : warm and dry
Bjuvia simplex is a cycadale with a simple leaf pattern that resembles that of Taeniopteris, an archaic tree fern. After the Carboniferous glaciation, with the Permian arid climate, Bjuvia and all archaic cycadales could find more room to live as the plants of humid environments had to give up more and more space. Finally in the late Triassic Bjuvia and other archaic cycadales had to disappear in favour of more complex cycadeoids such as Bennettitales.
Model 1 specs: adult age, 8 meters
Model 2 specs: medium age, 5 meters
Model 3 specs: young age, 3 meters