Baragwanathia longifolia is one of eight fossils nominated to become Victoria's state fossil emblem. It is an early vascular plant from the late Silurian and Early Devonian that was more complex than most other plants of the same age. It was first described from Yea, Victoria and the Yea Flora Fossil Site is included on the Australian National Heritage List becuase of its importance.

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