Cordaites (Cordaites angulostriatus)
Period: Carboniferous to Permian
Environment : swamps and floodplains, or mountain tops
Climate : warm and humid
Cordaites are considered the ancestors of conifers. They were plants with an arboreal shape. They could grow very high. It was disputed for a long time if they were swamp plants or not. It is accepted today that some used to grow as mountain trees, while other grew in swamps, and for that reason developed a system of aerial roots not unlike from those of other living species (such as Bald Cypress or Mangroviae). We offer the choice of both roots, normal and aerial.
Model 1 specs: adult age, 45 meters
Model 2 specs: medium age, 12 meters
Model 3 specs: young age, 8 meters