( Williamsonia gigas )
This XfrogPlants Williamsonia 3D model collection contains
highly detailed, fully textured variations of the plant at different ages.
Jurassic to Cretaceous Environment:
tropical forests, open plains, in association with tree ferns Climate:
warm and humid Notes:
Wiliamsoniae are the biggest of the Bennettitales order which some thinks (but it’s still disputed) that could be part of the big family of Cycadeoideae, which dominated the flora of Jurassic and Cretaceous. Williamsonia gigas was in turn the biggest of all Williamsoniae and could grow as tall as a small tree. It’s most distinctive features are the big “flowers”, which were really a group of seeds surrounded by a crown of bracteae. However they must have looked remarkable in a flowerless landscape such as that of Jurassic. Williamsonia was a largely diffused plant throughout the Jurassic but was present (although less numerous) in the Cretaceous as well.
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)