Genus Buthotrephis* Hall- Paloeon= tology of N.Y. Vol 1 p 8 (1847
Stems subcylindric, compressed, branched; branches numerous, diverging, leaflike, structure vesicular? - Habit of some Species like Potamogeton.
*Greek- buthotrephis, produced growing in the depths of the sea.
Buthotrephis succulens, Hall Pal. N. York Vol. 1, p. 62, p. 22 fig. 2 Lithodendron dichotomum, Euton. Geol. TextBook.
Fossil composed of thick succulent stems; stems branching; branches divergent, bifurcating; structure apparently cellulous, indistinct.
W. of Stems 0.10 to 0.25