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Reports of geological surveys undertaken during the latter part of the last century state that plant fragments were recovered from pre-Carboniferous rocks of the Flume Ridge area in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. An attempt was made to confirm the presence of these plant remains in order to provide age constraints on the otherwise unfossiliferous Digdeguash, Sand Brook, and Flume Ridge formations. Re-examination of a reported locality on Cox Brook and of an original specimen stored at the Newdoi:10.4138/1863 fatcat:nojaxoifn5glxedqz6vx5j55na