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1 mm. 22 Roger 1. Bain and Annabelle M. 7. Laminated micrite from a modern subaerial crust. Also shown are spherical and elongate pores (fractures and pedotubules) and pisoids (arrow). 2 mm. 9. Soil pisoids (P) and clotted micrite (M) from a modern subaerial crust. 3 mm. Alveolar texture (Fig. 3) commonly occurs adjacent to rhizoliths and probably represents millimeter-sized rhizoliths (Esteban and Klappa, 1983). A similar feature consists of calcified root hairs, 20 lim in diameter, which bridge intergranular and root pores (Fig.
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