Definition of Mazocarpon
: a form genus of paleozoic fossil plants originally described from sporangia alone and now included in Sigillariostrobus
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Origin and Etymology of mazocarpon
New Latin mazo- (from Greek, from maza lump, mass, barley cake) + -carpon (from Greek -karpon, neuter of -karpos -carpous) — more at mass
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