( Pachypteris sp. )
This XfrogPlants Pachypteris 3D model collection contains
highly detailed, fully textured variations of the plant at different ages.
Arboreal Plant Period:
Triassic to Cretaceous Environment:
humid places, stagnating waters, sea coasts, salt ponds Climate:
warm and humid Notes:
Pachypteris covered all the Mesozoic era from Triassic to Cretaceous, but reached itĺs peak in the Jurassic, when it was one of the most important components of ground flora. It was a low-growing plant with a woody trunk, whose leaves were covered with a think external layer of a substance similar to wax. It was certainly featured as a prominent groundcover species in all humid areas. It was salt-resistant and therefore it could grow next to sea coasts, and even directly in salt-ponds as well. Pachypteris was one of the last Pteridosperms to disappear with the Cretaceous mass extinction.
Maya 2009 and higher mental ray / scanline (.mb)
3ds Max 2009 and higher mental ray / scanline (.max)
Lightwave 10 and higher (.lwo)
Cinema 4D R10.5 and higher (.c4d)
modo 601 and higher (.lxl)
Vue 2014 and higher Photometric, Gam 2.2 (.vob)
Vue 9-2013 (.vob)
Terragen 2 and higher (.tgo)