SERVICEBERRY LEAF

50 million years

Period: Eocene
Location: Cache Creek Formation, British Columbia, Canada

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The serviceberry (Amelanchier) is a genus of deciduous trees and large shrubs, widely distributed in the temperate Northern Hemisphere. Most of the species occur in North America, and one single species grows in Europe and Asia. The serviceberry leaf fossil pictured once again shows that evolution is merely a figment of imagination. Serviceberry trees have always remained as serviceberries; they have not come into being by gradual changes from any other species of plant?which effectively silences Darwinists.

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